“You took a small town mayor from a forgotten steel town in Pennsylvania and made him a candidate for U.S. Senate,” the tatted-up Harvard grad told a crowd of supporters. “I couldn’t be more grateful.”
It’s long been said a politician can win PA if he or she wins Philly and its ‘burbs. We did the math to see if that idea still holds up.
The underdog presidential candidate spoke to some 8,000 at a campaign stop in the Steel City, bemoaning manufacturing layoffs in Reading, Erie and Allegheny.