ERIE, Pennsylvania — Voters in the Keystone State, as in Virginia, took Tuesday’s election as an opportunity to rebut Democrats’ overreach. Driven by the loudest voices in their national party toward issues of social justice, “intersectionality” and “climate justice,” Democrats suffered for ignoring everyday issues such as inflation, crime and education.
With mail-in ballots still pending, Republicans are poised to sweep all four of Pennsylvania’s statewide judicial elections. They also made gains in municipal races.
In the collar counties surrounding Philadelphia, voters echoed the same…