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Pining for Pennsylvania: Republicans battle to take on Susan Wild and save House majority


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Washington Examiner

Pennsylvania is the ultimate battleground for 2024, with the White House, Senate, and House all poised to flip based on how voters here cast their ballots. In this series, Pining for Pennsylvania: Unlocking the crucial Keystone State, the Washington Examiner will look at the demographics, politics, and key policies that have made Pennsylvania the must-watch state of the year. Part Three, below, looks at one of the most competitive House races in the country.

LANCASTER, Pennsylvania — Republicans are eyeing vulnerable seats held by Democrats to be flipped to maintain control of their slim majority in the House, with several running through the battleground state of Pennsylvania

One of those seats is the district currently held by Rep. Susan Wild (D-PA), who was first elected in 2018. Since then, Wild narrowly eked out victories in both 2020 and 2022, making Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional District one of the most competitive races of the 2024 cycle. 

The high-stakes race has turned out a crowded field of Republican candidates looking to face Wild in November. Each of the three candidates — state Rep. Ryan Mackenzie, veteran Kevin Dellicker, and attorney Maria Montero — have criticized Wild as being a “career politician” and accused the three-term congresswoman of being out of touch with Pennsylvania voters. :snip:

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