"Good Bio, Poor Candidate" – Republican Strategists Trash Saccone As PA Voters Head To Polls

For an election in a district that won’t exist in a few months, pundits are claiming that the outcome of Tuesday’s special election in Pennsylvania’s seventeenth district could be a harbinger of the November midterms.

As Politico explains, the traditionally blue-collar district in Southwestern Pennsylvania is “ancestrally Democratic” – the party has a six-point voter registration advantage thanks to the coal mines and steelworks that dot Allegheny County and the surrounding area. But over the