Dead Democrat Wins Seat In PA

Eric Scheiner | November 9, 2022
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A dead Democrat won re-election in Pennsylvania on Tuesday.

Democrat Tony DeLuca died at age 85 on Oct. 9 of complications from lymphoma, but won re-election.

DeLuca was on the ballot against Green candidate Queonia Livingston for state representative for the 32nd District.

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WPXI-TV reports DeLuca won with 82% of the vote. There were no Republicans on the ballot for the seat.

The seat will remain vacant until the Department of State sets a special election date.

As Kermit said, “It’s not easy being green.”

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