CBS Pittsburgh reports:
Republican state Rep. Rick Saccone is now zero-for-two in his campaigns for the U.S. House in Pennsylvania this year. Two months after Saccone’s stunning loss in a special election for a House seat west of Pittsburgh, Saccone has conceded in the Republican primary for another seat Tuesday night to state Sen. Guy Reschenthaler.
The two runs in separate seats were made possible by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court tossing out the state’s congressional maps and ordering new ones in place for November’s midterm elections. Trump had heaped praise on Saccone prior to the special election, calling him “a very extraordinary guy.”
At least he conceded this time.