Third party is becoming more viable thanks to the massive overreach of the usual establishment suspects, both sides must be starting to shake a little at the upcoming elections. This one won't be in the news, even in PA
Both Republicans and Democrats alike were “stunned” when a write-in candidate trounced the establishment picks for their respective parties in a Pennsylvania senate race last week.
Out of more than 22,000 votes cast, Tea Party Republican Scott Wagner garnered 10,654 write-in ballots (or 48 percent), reducing the mainstream Republican and Democrat candidates to just 27 percent and 26 percent of the vote. This marks the first time in Pennsylvania history that a write-in candidate has won a state senate seat.