‘The [political] system is coming up short’

Scan election results for the General Assembly through the years and you’ll find a lot of uncontested races. Observers blame it on the Democratic Party’s dominance here. Elected Democrats who’ve faced limited competition may be fine with that, but election watchers say the lack of competition can make incumbents complacent, limits political discourse and is…

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