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The Democrats are hoping that election-eve efforts to drum up fear of GOP Social Security cuts are tailor-made for Pennsylvania incumbent Sen. Harris Wofford, who's slipped well behind Republican Rep. Rick Santorum, 35 percent to 46 percent, among likely voters in a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/WTAE-TV poll. In a state with an elderly population percentage second only to Florida's, Santorum recently suggested the Social Security retirement age be boosted from 65 to 70 or higher; a Wofford campaign worker videotaped the remark, which is now the centerpiece in a new ad blitz.Post to 1994 Elections.