Sestak shaves 13 points off Specter’s lead

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Two new polls showed Pennsylvania’s Democratic Senate primary tightening as the campaign entered its final two weeks Tuesday, the outcome likely to hinge on TV advertising barrages and the mysteries of voter turnout in a midterm election.

Sen. Arlen Specter led Rep. Joe Sestak 47 percent to 39 percent among likely primary voters in a Quinnipiac University survey, but the incumbent’s advantage had shrunk 13 percentage points from the school’s last poll April 7.

Full story: Specter-Sestak race tightening, 2 polls show | Philadelphia Inquirer | 05/05/2010