What unites Pennsylvania Republicans after Trump? Democrats and tightening voting laws

PHILADELPHIA — Kris Eng, the Republican Party chair in Centre County, is ready to move on. Not from former President Donald Trump — but from Pennsylvania’s Republican U.S. senator, Pat Toomey. “He should just leave,” Eng said of Toomey, who called Trump a “demagogue” after the Capitol attack this month that left five people dead. “I don’t feel like he represents us. We know he’s not going to run again. I don’t think he’s speaking on behalf of his constituents right now.” She said Republican voters are also disappointed in GOP leaders in the state legislature, two of whom live in her central Pe…

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