When big things happen in the world, the job of hometown papers is often to find a way to connect it to the local community.

The 2020 election turned that on its head. The battle for the presidency may have been a national story, but that was in large part because it was a Pennsylvania story. More than that, it was very much a story of Southwestern Pennsylvania.

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