HARRISBURG – The PA House has several contested races in our region. In the 41st District, two Republicans – incumbent Rep. Brett Miller and Brad Witmer are battling for a win in order to face Democrat Michele Wherley this fall. In the 87th, Republican incumbent Rep. Greg Rothman will face a November race between either Democrat Heather MacDonald, Nicole Miller or Sean Quinlan. The race in the 103rd has Democrat incumbent Rep. Patty Kim being challenged by Democrat Kevin Maxson. In the 104th, two Republicans – incumbent Rep. Sue Helm faces a challenge by Travis Stauffer. The winner will face Democrat Patty Smith come November. In District 106, three Republicans – incumbent Rep. Tom Mehaffie, Mimi Legro, and Chris Lupp – are in a race. The winner faces Demcorat Lindsay Drew in November. District 127 has Democrats Raymond Baker, Cesar Cepeda, Robin Costenbauder-Jacobson, Manuel Guzman, and Robert Melendez in a battle to face either Republican Vincent Gagliardo, Jr or Branden Moyer in November. In District 155, two Democrats – incumbent Rep. Danielle Friel Otten and Rose Danese are in a battle. The winner there will face Republican Michael Taylor.