• I think Pennsylvania is historically a corrupt state leading all of the others in voter fraud. Now that you have a Conservative governor, maybe he'll be able to fix the problem.
    • DancesWithWolves
      There is no election as of yet
  • "Pennsylvania has always been a swing state" that true? {{ }} Now...look at the period from 1860 to 1932. Not much "swing" there, is there? *** ALSO (IMO) Pennsylvania is one of the best-educated states - that is to say: the average Pennsylvanian, compared to residents of other states, has one of the highest levels of education in the country. Let's see if that's true... *** % of population high school grads - tied for 23rd out of 51 (DC included), so very "middle of the road" there, I was wrong with regard to that metric *** % of population with bachelor's degree - ranks 27 out of 51, so again: very much in the middle *** % of population with advanced degrees: ranks 20 out of 51, a little above middle. *** I was wrong looking at that type of metric, but...what about the education itself? Imagine two high schools, one passes any student who reaches the age of 18, one passes only students who pass a standardized test that proves they have been taught what the state requires to be taught? In the next link we see that the PA education system shines, its students ranking 9 out of 52 (DC and Puerto Rico included). {{ }}

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