By Mike DeNardo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Pennsylvania’s candidates for U-S Senate traded attacks Monday night in their second and final debate.

With Republican Pat Toomey and Democrat Katie McGinty running neck and neck, the candidates continued to take shots at each other during the hourlong televised debate.

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“There’s only one person in this campaign whose ads had to be taken down because they were so flagrantly dishonest,” Toomey said.

“There’s actually only one candidate on this stage who had to take his ad down and that was Senator Toomey,” responded McGinty.

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And there was no clarity on the ever-present issue of whether Toomey would vote for Donald Trump.

“He is the only person running for United States Senate in the entire country who has not leveled with his constituents,” McGinty said.

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“I don’t think my constituents care that much how one person is going to vote,” Toomey argued.