PHILADELPHIA — Republicans had hoped they would be united behind a nominee in Pennsylvania’s Senate GOP race by now. The hard-fought, multimillion-dollar primary would be behind them and they’d be well on their way toward holding the seat left vacant by GOP Sen. Pat Toomey.
Instead, a bitter fight over mail ballots in the still-too-close-to-call contest is driving a wedge between Republicans ahead of the general election in this critical battleground state.
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