According to The Associated Press on Tuesday, Democrats won three special elections within solidly blue House Districts in Western Pennsylvania. This put them in control by one seat. It also broke a Republican legislative monopoly which had been focusing on anti-abortion and election restrictions.

All three races were in Allegheny County, which includes Pittsburgh and is the state’s No. After Philadelphia, it is the 2nd largest county in terms of population.

The Pennsylvania House was in control of…

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