Pennsylvania’s new Congressional delegation will look different than the delegation that came out of the 2016 election. Two years ago, with comfortably gerrymandered congressional lines, Republicans enjoyed a 13-to-5 advantage over Democrats among PA's 18 U.S. House seats. One seat flipped in a special election, and a court-ordered redrawing of the boundaries triggered even more changes. Coming out of Tuesday's vote, the delegation will be 9-to-9. F&M College political analyst Dr. Terry Madonna says the GOP did hold two key seats in the 1st and 10th districts.