HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Democrats, who have long accused their party’s legislative minorities of Republican rigging, will find out in November whether friendlier district maps will bring them any closer to regaining control of the House and Senate.

Nearly 400 state legislative candidates will appear on the ballot Nov. 8 in hopes voters will send them to Harrisburg to represent one of 203 House and 25 Senate districts this year after lines were redrawn in the process district changes once a decade.

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