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Pa. Senate race still too close to call

From the NBC political team
The hard-fought Pennsylvania Senate contest between former GOP Rep. Pat Toomey and Democrat Rep. Joe Sestak remains separated by less than a percentage point.

With about 82 percent of the vote recorded, Sestak trails Toomey by about 30,000 votes.

About 40 percent of the vote in Montgomery County — in the Philadelphia suburbs — has not yet been counted. Sestak must perform well in the city's collar counties — where voter registration is about equally divided between Republicans and Democrats — to pull out the win.

(See the latest results.)