Democrats are about to flip a Republican seat in a statewide race for a key court in Pennsylvania
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Democrats are on the verge of flipping a Republican-held seat on Pennsylvania's Commonwealth Court, one of the state's two intermediate appellate courts with members elected statewide. Democrat Lori Dumas, a judge in Philadelphia, currently leads Republican Drew Crompton by more than 17,000 votes in the race for the crucial second slot (the top two vote-getters both win), though the contest will head to an automatic recount since the margin is under 0.5%. Given the large gap in raw votes,...


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