The 2018 election saw both incumbents running for statewide office re-elected. Gov. Tom Wolf was elected to a second term and U.S. Sen. Bob Casey was elected to a third term. After congressional redistricting took place in the spring, new districts were more competitive, and as a result, Pennsylvania’s Congressional delegation became an even 9-9 split, with four new women elected to Congress. In the PA Senate, 25 seats were up, and Democrats won 5 of the 18 seats Republicans were defending. The partisan split is 29-21 in the Senate. In the PA House, Democrats picked up 14 seats while Republicans picked up three, for a net gain of 11. To talk about these topics are this week’s guests: Steve Esack, Harrisburg Correspondent, The Morning Call; Liz Navratil, State Government Reporter, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; and Charles Thompson, State Government Reporter, PennLive & The Patriot-News. Our host is Brian Lockman.