A midterms nail-biter in Bucks County means bad news for Pa. Democrats. But this is Bucks! | Maria Panaritis
It was around 11:45 on election night when perhaps the most dramatic moment of the midterms in Pennsylvania went down in a Levittown strip mall.
A Democrat named Tina Davis was holed up inside a fluorescent-lit campaign office as her nightlong lead over a 28-year veteran Republican state lawmaker vanished. This happened at the same time that, a mile up the road at a Sheraton hotel, fellow Democrat Scott Wallace was conceding defeat to Republican U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick.
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