2.) First-Ever Western Pennsylvania Wins
Although Democrats ran up big margins in Philadelphia's longtime Republican suburbs, the GOP made major inroads into the western part of the Keystone State.
Voters in Washington County, compromising suburban Pittsburgh, gave Republicans a majority on the board of commissioners, for the first time this century.
Cambria County, a longtime Democratic stronghold where Lyndon Johnson beat Barry Goldwater by more than 35 points saw Republican candidates win three countywide races and notch a rare win on the Johnstown City Council.
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