HARRISBURG (AP) – Voters next month will decide who should be PA’s highest ranking law-enforcement official, who will handle billions in public money, and who will act as the state’s elected fiscal watchdog. The state’s Nov. 3 ballot includes the three statewide row offices – Attorney General, State Treasurer, and Auditor General. Democrat Attorney General Josh Shapiro faces a challenge from Republican Pittsburgh lawyer Heather Heidelbaugh. Democrat State Treasurer Joe Torsella’s Republican opponent is Stacy Garrity, a manufacturing company executive. The Auditor General’s race pits Republican Dauphin County Controller Tim DeFoor against Democrat Nina Ahmad, a former Philadelphia vice mayor with a background in chemistry.