HARRISBURG (AP) – PA voters are about to send dozens of new state representatives and senators to Harrisburg. That’s thanks to dozens of retirements and district maps revamped by the state’s redistricting commission. Republicans hold solid leads in both chambers, 29 to 21 in the state Senate and 113 to 90 in the PA House. The GOP is generally expected to retain majority control of both chambers for the coming two-year session when all votes are counted.