Politics & Policy

Pennsylvania Quiet As Polls Close

Polls have closed in Pennsylvania, capping what was a rather surprisingly quiet day in the Keystone State. Other than a few standard, minor, and scattered reports of voting difficulties, stations being set up late, etc., the only real headline is the re-appearance of the Black Panthers at the same Philadelphia polling station where a member caused a national dust-up over voter intimidation.

Bottom line: It looks like we’ve witnessed a pretty clean election in Pennsylvania, not counting Patrick Murphy’s absentee ballot shenanigans in Bucks County.

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