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A map of the 7th congressional district as drawn in 2011. The district incorporates most of Delaware County and portions of Chester, Montgomery, Berks and Lancaster Counties. (Dan Gleiter/pennlive.com)

New congressional districts in Philly suburbs could help Democrats win in D.C.

The redrawn lines there could potentially upend party strongholds, and possibly help tip the balance of power in Congress.

New congressional districts in Philly suburbs could help Democrats win in D.C.

What connects Philadelphia with Pittsburgh? Altoona with Allegheny National Forest? Harrisburg with Happy Valley? Amish Country with Coal Country?

Quite a lot, actually.

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