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The pandemic has put Philly politics to sleep this year. But the city’s powerful electricians’ union is not sitting this one out.

On Friday, the Local 98 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers’ union cut a $25,000 check for Nikil Saval, the Bernie Sanders-endorsed community organizer running against state Sen. Larry Farnese. The district in question encompasses a vast swath of the city from north to south, and has historically wielded punching power in Harrisburg.

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