SAN JOSE, Calif. (KTVU) - The rematch for a congressional seat in the South Bay could be even tighter than two years ago.
Incumbent Mike Honda squared off in a neck-and-neck race with challenger Ro Khanna in Tuesday's primary.
With 100% of precincts reporting, Khanna actually held a razor thin lead over the incumbent, 38.3% to 38.1%.
The two men will now face each other again in November's general election.
Khanna was a virtual unknown candidate two years ago.
At one point, he was down 20-percentage points.
The hard-fought, expensive 2014 race ended with Honda winning by about 4-percentage points.
Khanna says he's in a "good position" in this year's race.
Honda was unavailable Tuesday night, as he flew back to Washington, D.C. for a legislative session.
His campaign manager says they will fight "tooth-and-nail" for every vote.