The Triple Crown races are usually memorable events - unless maybe you're Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati (R., Jefferson).
Kenyatta said voters "chose vision over vicious politics" on Tuesday.
It was a game-changing election. Women, "New Philly," and socialists won. "Old Philly," Johnny Doc, and Marian Tasco lost.
She defeated a candidate supported by the electricians union in the back yard of John "Johnny Doc" Dougherty.
We quizzed them on everything from a $15 minimum wage to safe-injection sites to whether pro-life Democrats should be allowed in the party.
Theresa Wright, an accountant wants to increase corporate taxes and lower them for small businesses that hire locally. She is one of 10 Democrats campaigning for U.S. House in Pennsylvania's newly drawn Fifth District.
"I felt that if I ran, at least I would force this issue to the forefront," he said.
Li says she is running to "make sure that everyone has access to the American Dream."
"We haven't been doing a good enough job as Democrats, speaking to an economic message that works for working-class people."
The former federal prosecutor said she has "not coordinated" with the super PAC.
Molly Sheehan said Greg Vitali is "asking a strong woman candidate to drop out to support him so he can defeat another woman candidate."
Democratic congressional candidate Greg Vitali, a state representative from Delaware County, has far less campaign funding than others - but he might have a shot.
Millennials, women and new Philadelphians are taking on incumbents and what one called the "good old boys club."
We asked her about everything from pot to Comcast to whether Nancy Pelosi should be Speaker if Democrats win back the U.S. House.
We asked him about everything from guns to a national jobs guarantee to John Dougherty.
The Bucks County Democrat is worth between $127 million and nearly $304 million, according to our analysis.
Clout has learned more about a mysterious super PAC in Pa.'s Fifth District race.
The pro-Lazer super PAC is funded by John Dougherty's electricians union.
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