Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Specter, Sestak Square Off

Two weeks from today, Democratic voters in Pennsylvania will go to the polls to choose their party’s nominee for the U.S. Senate.
Don’t look for another debate in the next 2 weeks. The one and only face-to-face exchange between the incumbent Arlen Specter and the challenger Joe Sestak was held this past weekend. The race seems to be tightening. A Quinnipiac University poll from early April gave Specter a 53-32 lead over Sestak, but a Muhlenberg College survey released over the weekend shows a gap of just six points, with Specter ahead 48-42.
Listen to DUQ’s Scott Detrow's report.

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