Incumbent Democrat Bob Casey Jr. appears comfortably on his way to reelection in Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate race.
Voters view so-called political correctness as a problem and see it as a wedge used to silence opposition. President Obama was politically correct, they say; President Trump is not.
Democrats have widened their lead over Republicans on this week's Rasmussen Reports Generic Congressional Ballot.
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