Toomey, McGinty claim last-minute support on campaign trail

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PENNSYLVANIA -- The candidates for Pennsylvania's seat in the U.S. Senate are also searching for last-minute support.  Republican U.S. Senator Pat Toomey made a stop in Harrisburg Monday, as part of a 6-stop tour through the Commonwealth.  In Harrisburg, Toomey discussed how he plans to help Pennsylvania families and small businesses, if re-elected.  His tour Monday also included stops in Philadelphia, Wilkes-Barre, Johnstown, Pittsburgh and Bethlehem.

Also Monday, the Mayor of Lancaster and local democrats voiced their support for Democratic Senate candidate Katie McGinty.  Mayor Rick Gray stood with County and City chairs, as well as members of the Lancaster Latino Caucus.  The group said they believe McGinty will help students and retirees in the state, and Lancaster in particular, if she's elected into office.  McGinty is the former Chief of Staff to Governor Tom Wolf.   She wasn't present for the endorsement.