Welcome to Pennsylvania, home of the ticket-splitters.
If Tuesday's election proved nothing else, it is that we no longer adhere to straight party lines here in the Keystone State.
Donald Trump and Pat Toomey won at the top of the Pa. ballot, besting Hillary Clinton and Katie McGinty.
But all three Democrats running for state row offices won.
Clearly, not many people were simply pulling the party lever.
Is it possible that Pennsylvania is just anti-women, rejecting two qualified female candidates at the top of the ballot.
It's on our editorial page today.