The Wall Street Journal: Democratic women favored in House races after Pennsylvania primary

Pennsylvania Democrats will have at least two women favored to win House races in November after they won primary contests Tuesday, which could diversify the nation’s largest all-male congressional delegation.

State Rep. Madeleine Dean beat two opponents to win the Democratic primary in her Montgomery County-based district, according to the Associated Press. Dean will face Republican Dan David in November, but she will be heavily favored to win, given that Hillary Clinton carried the district by 20 percentage points in the 2016 presidential election.

If Dean prevails it would end the state’s all-male congressional delegation, though she may be joined by others.

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