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In the battle for Pennsylvania votes, the central area of the state may prove influential to the outcome of Tuesday's Democratic primary. A political reporter and a pollster assess which way the votes in central Pennsylvania may swing.
Travel east of Pittsburgh and you discover the hundreds of small cities and towns that make up Pennsylvania's vast rural landscape. Here to describe which way the central part of the state might swing are: Brett Lieberman, he's a reporter and columnist for the Harrisburg Patriot-News; and Christopher Borick, he's a professor and pollster at Muhlenberg College.
They both join us from Harrisburg.
Gentlemen, thank you both for being with us. We've just heard Gwen talking to her two guests about Pittsburgh. We are moving to the center part of the state.
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