Pennsylvania Republican Congressional candidate Rick Saccone admitted Tuesday that he's the underdog in the closely contested race in Pennsylvania's 18th Congressional District, which is historically a GOP stronghold.
"Well, I've always been the underdog in every race I've ever ran. This is my fifth election. So, I relish being the underdog. That's good," Saccone said in an interview on Fox News' "Fox & Friends."
"You know, it's all in the Lord's hands. He's got to get people, move their hearts to get out and vote today. Wake up and go vote, people."
Saccone is running neck in neck with Democrat Conor Lamb, who's been in the lead in some polls.
Pennsylvania race is being looked at as a harbinger of the battle Republicans may face in the 2018 midterms across the country.
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