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Republicans Beginning to Abandon Doomed House Candidates
We are at that point in the election cycle when Republicans are cutting their losses and consolidating their dollars to save their majority.
Another PA GOP Congressman Resigns, Triggering Another Special Election
In this really bad year for Pennsylvania Republicans, two more special elections are imminent before a terrible-looking November.
The House Midterm Landscape is Settling — and It Looks Treacherous for the GOP
While the big-picture factors affecting the 2018 elections have marginally improved for Republicans, individual races aren’t looking so hot for them.
The GOP Is Serious About Impeaching P.A. Judges for Reversing Their Gerrymander
Republican legislators in Pennsylvania have the power to impeach and remove judges. But could that backfire in the court of public opinion?
The Debate Over Gerrymandering Is Changing in a Fundamental Way
Redistricting isn’t just about nice-looking maps anymore.
Trump Advocates for Good Old-Fashioned Gerrymandering
As usual, subtlety is not the president’s strong suit.
Governor Wolf Rejects a New GOP Gerrymandered Congressional Map for Pennsylvania
Now the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will draw its own map, using an independent redistricting expert.
Pennsylvania Lawmaker Hopes to Impeach Justices Who Rejected Gerrymandered Map
Someone has been giving Republicans ideas about doing away with courts that don’t rule in their favor.
Pennsylvania Court Kills Gerrymandered Pro-GOP Congressional Map
In really bad timing for Republicans, a state court applying state law overturns a congressional map and requires new districts this year.