Pennsylvania's Republican primary is a little less than a month away and anything can happen in that time. For example, just last month Rick Santorum, one of the state's former senators, was 29 points ahead of Mitt Romney in a Franklin & Marshall College poll of Republican voters.
The gap isn't that big anymore.
The Republican race for president in Pennsylvania has tightened dramatically, with former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney pulling virtually even with native son and former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum, according to a new Franklin & Marshall College poll of Republican voters released today.
The new poll has Santorum at 30 percent to Romney's 28 percent.