Immigrant Rights Group Claims Victory In PA’s Midterm
| November 7, 2018
Volunteers with Make the Road Action in PA celebrate Democratic wins at the organization’s office in Reading on November 6th, 2018. (Photo: Rachel McDevitt/WITF)
READING, PA (WITF) — An advocacy group for Latino and immigrant rights in Pennsylvania is claiming victory in Tuesday’s midterm elections. The crowd at the Make the Road Action in PA offices in Reading burst into song at the news Democrats were projected to hold on to the governor’s office and a U.S. Senate seat. “Venceremos,” they sang, “we will win.”
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