By Special Contributor Larry Kane

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The primary is Tuesday and strategists for both parties will be looking for keys to November.

Josh Shapiro, the first Democratic commission chair in 140 years in Montgomery county, thinks that in the suburbs competency is the issue.

“Governor Romney has got an important message to share about how he turned some companies around that he was involved in. He will use that as a reference point for the power to persuade. I think on that measure though the President carries the day”.

Robert Lockery, the Republican chair of the Bucks County commission, says that despite President Obama’s suburban appeal Mitt Romney is well positioned in Bucks County.

“I think we’ve gone through this vetting process with Governor Romney prevailing and we will tap back into that enthusiasm.”

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