Two Incumbents in Tight Penn. House Race

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Redistricting in Pennsylvania has pitted two veteran House members against one another in one of the most hotly contested election races in the country. NPR's Peter Overby reports that Republican George Gekas and Democratic opponent Tim Holden are getting help from interest groups when they didn't even ask for it.

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