PA-Sen: Toomey Wrote the Book (Literally) on Shadowy Campaign Spending

By: Wednesday October 27, 2010 9:00 am

This ad has been credited for helping to bring Joe Sestak back into the Senate race in Pennsylvania. The latest poll, from Reuters-Ipsos, shows a dead heat, after Sestak trailed for months. Just like in his primary victory over Arlen Specter, Sestak stormed back in the final stages and now could pull off the upset, [...]

PA-Sen: Joe Sestak Goes for the Jugular Against Pat Toomey

By: Friday October 8, 2010 4:24 pm

Pennsylvania is one of those states in the industrial Midwest where the public mood is incredibly inhospitable to Democrats. At the same time, the Democratic enclaves around Philadelphia and its suburbs could boost statewide candidates if they manage to hold serve elsewhere. The Senate race is intriguing for how Joe Sestak is running against Pat [...]

PA-Sen: Chuck Hagel Endorses Joe Sestak

By: Monday August 23, 2010 7:02 pm

Chuck Hagel has become the second prominent independent/Republican to endorse Joe Sestak in as many weeks. Hagel told The Associated Press on Monday that Sestak has demonstrated during his two terms in Congress that he puts the interests of the nation and his constituents ahead of his party. “I think he’s exactly what our country [...]

PA Sen: Sestak Pulls Even with Toomey, But Obama’s Bad Numbers Could Blunt Dem Surge

By: Wednesday July 14, 2010 11:22 am

The Pennsylvania Senate race between Republican Pat Toomey and Democrat Joe Sestak is currently tied, according to a new Quinnipiac poll of registered voters. The good news for Sestak, who defeated incumbent Arlen Specter in the primary, is that the trend is moving in his favor. A previous Quinnipiac poll of the race in April [...]

VIDEO: Ed Rendell 2009, Sestak Would Get “Killed” In Democratic Primary

By: Tuesday May 18, 2010 10:16 pm

Most of the Philadelphia vote is in, and Arlen Specter didn’t get the turnout he needs to beat Joe Sestak. AP is calling it for Sestak. Ed Rendell has a few words to eat from May 2009: ED SCHULTZ: Is this going to be a slam dunk for Arlen Specter, or you think that Joe [...]

Big Primary Day Tomorrow – What To Watch

By: Monday May 17, 2010 11:28 am

The biggest day on the primary calendar all year takes place tomorrow, with elections in four states and some of the most interesting storylines of the 2010 campaign. Activists on the left and right have battles against the establishment which will be decided tomorrow, and Democrats and Republicans have the opportunity to declare victories which [...]

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