WASHINGTON — Though Rep. Barney Frank usually cruises easily to re-election, the House Financial Services Committee chairman has unexpectedly found himself in a competitive race this year.
The Massachusetts Democrat continues to hold a sizable lead in polls, but his opponent, Republican Sean Bielat, argues that public anger over the economy, anti-incumbent fervor and Sen. Scott Brown's surprise victory this year prove he has a shot at beating Frank.
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