Old friends and 'varied opinions' greet voters in Pa.
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Old friends and 'varied opinions' greet voters in Pa.

Old friends and political opposites Ronnie Matlock and Bill Saber greet voters in Bristol, Pa., in a last-minute attempt to sway opinion. (A.J. Chavar/The Washington Post)

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