The race for New Hampshire’s First District Congressional race has gotten increasingly tighter and more closely watched at the national level leading up to Election Day. Incumbent Republican Frank Guinta has seen his poll numbers against Democrat Carol Shea-Porter spike in the last two weeks. According to a WMUR poll release last week, Guinta has a 7 point lead over Shea-Porter amongst decided voters. But the same poll the week before had Shea-Porter leading by 11 points over Guinta. Political groups and organizations watching the race attribute the change in poll numbers to the increasing numbers of voters who have made up their mind leading into the election only two weeks away, and feel the race will be decided by who wins the Presidential ticket.