Republican wins state House special election in central Pennsylvania; GOP 1 seat away from control


Voters in the suburbs of Philadelphia are deciding control of Pennsylvania's state House. A special election in Delaware county will determine which party has the majority in the Pennsylvania House. Republican Michael stender won another special election Tuesday for a vacancy in the central part of the state, giving the GOP 101 seats in the 203 member House. The Associated Press has not called the Delaware county election. If Republicans retake the house, they would control both chambers since the state Senate is firmly in GOP control. A Republican House could vote to put a proposed constitutional amendment limiting abortion rights before voters as a referendum. I'm Mike Hempen

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