May 12, 2022

Tuesday’s primary election results could end traditional politics for Pa. Democrats and Republicans| John Baer

When Pennsylvania primary races for Senate and governor hit Tuesday’s finish line, they may say more about the future than about the political moment.

Expected results, assuming they happen, represent fundamental change in the politics of both parties. Anti-establishment change that just might be permanent.

Take John Fetterman, who has led the Democratic Senate race from the start, and who looks to have a lock on his party’s nod. Though, I know, votes haven’t been counted, but this is opinion, not reporting.

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