A trio of Democrats will be sworn in to Pennsylvania's three statewide row offices this week, heralding a new political dynamic in a Capitol that is otherwise under firm Republican control.
Attorney General-elect Kathleen Kane and state Treasurer Rob McCord were elected in their first bids for public office.
Auditor General-elect Eugene DePasquale made his mark as an advocate for responsible government during six years as a state representative. He’s known for doing things like posting his expenses online and furnishing his York County district office with yard-sale items.
All three offices carry the same annual salary: $155,797.
Tuesday's swearing-in ceremonies will mark the first time in more than three decades that Democrats have held all three row offices. The GOP holds the governorship and commands majorities in both chambers of the Legislature.
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