Ballot question, judge races highlight state’s Nov. 5 voting

A victims’ rights constitutional amendment question and a pair of vacancies on an appeals court are the only contested statewide elections in Pennsylvania this year, as voters also sort through thousands of local and county government races.
A legal challenge is ongoing regarding the Marsy’s Law amendment, which would enshrine victims’ rights in the state constitution, and it’s unclear what will happen to the proposal if it’s approved on Nov. 5.