HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA -- With just two weeks to go before the primary election, new polls show the gap between Pennsylvania's Democratic U.S. Senate candidates is closing.
Muhlenberg College and Quinnipac University both released polls that suggest Joe Sestak has significantly cut incumbent Senator Arlen Specter's lead in the race.
According to the surveys, Senator Specter led the Delaware County congressman 47 to 39%.
Just one month ago, Specter led by twice that margin, at 53 to 32%.
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