Progressive Summer Lee declares  slim victory after overcoming a "multimillion-dollar smear campaign”

Summer Lee declared victory late Tuesday in the Democratic primary race to represent Pennsylvania's 12th Congressional District in the U.S. House

voicing certainty that the excess uncounted votes will incline toward her mission over corporate lawyer Steve Irwin's.

With 93% of regions announcing, Lee holds a 446-vote lead over Irwin, a previous Republican U.S.

Senate staff member who profited from super PAC cash that filled the region in the challenge's last stretch. Irwin has not yielded rout as the race remains excessively near officially call.

Joined Democracy Project (UDP), a super PAC established by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC),

spent almost $3 million lately helping Irwin and going after Lee, a dynamic state delegate who upholds Medicare for All, a Green New Deal, and Palestinian freedoms.

"Individuals took on the organizations and individuals won," Lee said in an explanation. "

We constructed a development in Western Pennsylvania that took on corporate power, defended working families, and beat back a multimillion-dollar slanderous attack."