Skip to comments.Westmoreland voters favored Republicans in nearly every race.
Posted on 11/04/2010 8:22:02 PM PDT by freedomwarrior998
A decade ago, Democrats dominated in Westmoreland County, holding a large voter registration edge and controlling nearly every state and county office.
Fortunes have shifted so dramatically that after Tuesday's election, even Democrats have a tough time envisioning many wins in the party's future.
"I don't think in the short term they can turn it around," said Tom Ceraso, a former Democratic county commissioner.
(Excerpt) Read more at pittsburghlive.com ...
This is realignment of the first order.
Please take them back!
Now, most of the RATs who still hold office here are more conservative than the GOP in the Philadelphia suburbs.
Pockets of gimme voters remain only in certain areas in the Mon Valley, New Kensington and Jeanette.
Thanks for posting this. I actually live in the 56th District. I have met and talked with Jim Casorio many times. He is a good person...sorry to see him go; he was very responsive to local immediate concerns. I hope Dunbar will be the same (and I see no reason why he won’t). It was just time for a wholesale ‘House’cleaning.
Cool article, because I know Melinda Donnely too. We have a pretty strong Tea Party out here in Westmoreland County.
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