Pennsylvania Primary: Blue Dog Democrats Lose Seats

by Michael Tomasky Apr 24, 2012 10:02 PM EDT Obama will easily win all the states that Romney won Tuesday night, save one—Pennsylvania—where the president will have to fight. Michael Tomasky on the battle to come. Plus, Daily Beast contributors weigh

AP HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A pair of veteran Democratic US House representatives were passed over by voters Tuesday in Pennsylvania's primary, while newcomer Kathleen Kane won her party's nod to run for attorney general this fall.

Mike Pintek was joined in the studio of NewsRadio1020 KDKA for Q&A Tuesday Gerry Shuster and Joe Mistik.

By WJAC Web Staff Pennsylvania polls are now closed for the state's primary election, but some elections officials said they felt turnout was low because the GOP presidential race is essentially over. Voters in New York, Connecticut, Delaware and Rhode

Obama will have to fight to win Pennsylvania on Election Day. Michael Tomasky on the battle to come.