|With the Pennsylvania preview comes one more projected GOP takeover. On May 18th, a special election will be held to fill the seat vacated by John Murtha's unexpected
passing. The pundits call it a toss-up, but polls give Republican Tim Burns an slight edge over Democrat Mark Critz. As a result, the race moves to a
Weak GOP Gain. I'm looking forward to seeing if the momentum displayed in Massachusetts in January will still be going strong in May in
southwestern Pennsylvania. This change brings the projected House tally to 233 Democrats and 202 Republicans, a net
gain of 24 seats for the GOP.
posted by Scott Elliott at 11:53pm 04/25/10::