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'York Project' Revisited: 2008 Voters Weigh In On 2016 Race

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Trump Won Their Vote. Now They Want Him To Meet Expectations

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Picketers hold signs near Pennsylvania's West Chester University on Wednesday. Professors at state universities, including West Chester, came to a tentative contract agreement with the state on Friday. Megan Trimble/AP hide caption

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Can Pro-Trump Poll Watchers Disrupt Voting In Pennsylvania?

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Some Towns Treat Bikes As Trendy, But In Reading, Pa., They're Tools

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The Walizer Farm in Howard, Pa., is home to three generations of Trump supporters: Jim Walizer (from left), Jason Walizer and Dennis Walizer. Courtesy of Jason Walizer hide caption

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After A Rough Summer, Pennsylvania Trump Fans Explain Why He Is Still Their Guy

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Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane outside the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pa. Kane resigned a day after she was convicted on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice. Jessica Griffin/AP hide caption

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The Keystone Sanitary Landfill outside Scranton, Pa., is pushing to expand its permit for another 50 years. Local activists concerned about the environmental impact are pushing back. Jessica Kourkounis/Keystone Crossroads hide caption

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Trash Backlash: The Battle For The Future Of 2 Pennsylvania Towns

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Pat Deon (right), a Pennsylvania Turnpike commissioner, and attorney Albert Mezzaroba, sit at the Puss N Boots tavern in Bucks County. Both are Republicans. In this election based on change, Mezzaroba says he doesn't understand why. "Things aren't that bad," he says. "I don't know why everybody thinks they're so terrible." Danny Hajek/NPR hide caption

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Wilkinsburg Junior and Senior High School, the only public junior and senior high school in the small suburb, is closing. Chris Benderev hide caption

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What Happens When Your Town's Only High School Closes?

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A Crisis With Scant Data: States Move To Count Drug-Dependent Babies

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A polling station in Oakmont, Pa., on Nov. 6, 2012. Winning a presidential nomination includes mastering complex rules about delegates, and Pennsylvania's rules are among the most complicated. Jeff Swensen/Getty Images hide caption

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In This GOP Primary, You Can Win The State But Get Only A Few Delegates

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