Calling It Quits
Things are going to look different around a couple of Northeastern legislatures next year. Ahead of April's primary, 21 Pennsylvania lawmakers have announced that they will ...
Things are going to look different around a couple of Northeastern legislatures next year. Ahead of April's primary, 21 Pennsylvania lawmakers have announced that they will not seek reelection.
In Connecticut, four Republican senators have announced that they are stepping down or running for other offices. That's a fair chunk of the entire 12-member GOP Senate caucus. (It's such a small group, actually, that everyone in the caucus is an assistant or deputy or chief deputy minority leader.)
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