Surprising Winners and Losers in the Pennsylvania Governor’s Race So Far

What the Democratic primary could signal for the 2016 U.S. Senate race.

Corbet photo, Jeff Fusco |  Wolf photo, AP/Chris Knight | Others, AP/Matt Slocum

Corbett photo, Jeff Fusco | Wolf photo, AP/Chris Knight | Others, AP/Matt Slocum

As things stand now, the race for Pennsylvania governor this fall should be extremely anti-climatic, a foregone conclusion as predictable as the 76ers missing the playoffs.

That said, several developments in the Democratic primary could significantly affect what will be a nationally watched U.S. senate election in 2016.

Here are the winners and losers so far:



Chris Freind is an independent columnist and commentator. He can be reached at CF@FFZMedia.com

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