• Specter-Sestak Race Too Close To Call Days Before Primary

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    PITTSBURGH,None - Two new polls in Pennsylvania's Democratic primary for U.S. Senate show the race is too close to call now.

    Polls of likely Democratic voters released Wednesday by Quinnipiac University and Franklin & Marshall College show challenger Joe Sestak has closed the gap with fifth-term incumbent Arlen Specter.

    The primary election is Tuesday.

    Barely a month ago, Sestak trailed by 20 points or more in some polls before he began airing TV ads.

    The Quinnipiac University survey gives Specter a 44 percent to 42 percent edge. The sampling error margin is 3.2 percentage points. Fourteen percent are undecided.

    The Franklin & Marshall survey gives Sestak a 38 percent to 36 percent edge. The sampling error margin is 7.9 percentage points. It shows about one in four are undecided.

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