Population (1994): 12,052,000 (up 1.4% from 1990), 4.6% of U.S. total
Voting-age pop.: 9,212,000; 1994 turnout: 39%
Median age: 35.0 years
Median household income: $32,066 ($198 below U.S. median)
Unemployment: 5.6% (which is the U.S. average, March 1996)
Last presidential election: Clinton (D): 45% Bush (R): 36% Perot (I): 18%
Congressional delegation: 12 Republicans, 11 Democrats
Pennsylvania, once the world's steel capital, also has one of the country's richest histories--the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were written and signed in Philadelphia--and seems aptly named the Keystone State. With no statewide races this year, Pennsylvania's focus is again the...