Why Pa. Democrats being inches from controlling the state House is significant — win or lose

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

PHILADELPHIA — Pennsylvania Democrats are inches from taking control of the state House for the first time in 12 years and even if they fall short, strategists and officials say, the party defied political gravity. That’s because Harrisburg observers didn’t expect 2022 to be the year. With inflation at generational highs and an unpopular Democratic president, historical precedent suggested Republicans could have strengthened their grip on the legislature they’ve controlled for most of the last three decades. Instead, the GOP is facing the potentially historic setback of losing control of the s…

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