Voters across Pennsylvania find themselves consumed with Election Day fear and anxiety

PITTSBURGH — Lucille Mosur has voted in every presidential election since 1960, when she cast a ballot for John F. Kennedy.And she’s never been so nervous on Election Day.“I never thought we would need to board up our cities,” said Mosur, a petite 86-year-old Democrat who lives in Bridgeville, a suburb south of the Steel City, and voted by mail. “I’m afraid for our country.”On Tuesday, Mosur spoke for millions, for the voters who found that their nerves were no longer jangled — they were shot. Now the national nervous breakdown that had been building for weeks could commence in full, driven by…

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