Can an Army veteran and firefighter turn a Trump-y W. Pa. House seat blue?

BY: - January 28, 2020

Speaking at a diner in West Newton, a small borough of 2,500 about 25 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, Prah told the Capital-Star that he visited each township, borough and city in the district and talked with about 500 people, in barbershops or cutting their grass, to decide if he could win the race.