Could potentially beat Arlen Specter in a two-way race, though she’d make it very difficult for Pat Toomey to win in a three-way race and would have an even harder time than Toomey at holding the Senate seat (assuming political conditions aren’t radically different by 2010). Luksik won 46 percent of the vote in the 1990 Republican gubernatorial primary against Barbara Hafer. As the Constitution Party’s gubernatorial nominee in the next two elections, she won 12 percent and 10 percent. Even assuming some shrinkage in her base, neither Specter nor Toomey can ignore her.
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