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.