HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA -- State election officials are concerned next week's Democratic primary for governor will fall victim to voter apathy.
Pollster Terry Madonna of Franklin & Marshall College said a lack of statewide name recognition among candidates and regionalized support could mean this race is anyone's game.
A recent Quinnipiac University poll showed Allegheny County Executive Dan Onorato in the lead, with 36-percent of the vote.
However, the largest number of voters surveyed remained undecided, at about 37-percent.
The election is May 18th.
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