Pennsylvania's Weak Competition
Democrats hold a 102-101 edge in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, which will make it one of the most competitive legislative chambers in the country ...
Democrats hold a 102-101 edge in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, which will make it one of the most competitive legislative chambers in the country this fall. Well, competitive in a few districts anyway. Ballot Access News explains:
Filing has closed for the Pennsylvania primaries for all federal and state office this year. Pennsylvania has 203 State House districts. Of those 203 districts, in 103 of them, either no Republican filed to be on the Republican primary, or no Democrat filed in the Democratic primary.
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