Electing Pennsylvania Republican 'Deal-Makers' Exposes Party Divides
The race for the Republican presidential nomination has exposed deep divisions in the Republican party. Two outsider candidates - Donald Trump and Ted Cruz - have succeeded in winning more primary election contests, soundly defeating more moderate, establishment candidates. These divisions extend to Pennsylvania, where an an unusual rule allows Republican Party delegates to choose whom they want at the party's nominating convention this summer - a decision that could prove crucial if no candidate has won a majority of delegates. VOA’s Katherine Gypson has more from Pennsylvania's state capital.