HARRISBURG (AP) — The top-ranking Democratic leader in the Pennsylvania state House is conceding his reelection race to Republican candidate Carrie DelRosso in a suburban Pittsburgh district State Rep. Frank Dermody of Allegheny County announced he conceded Tuesday night. Dermody’s concession is another blow for House Democrats. They had hoped a spending advantage would propel them back into the majority after a decade. Instead, Republicans are poised to likely gain a few seats and expand what is currently a 110 to 93 margin. Republicans also maintained majority status in the Senate.