Monday, August 16, 2010
Candidates in Pennsylvanian for Senate, governor and Congress went off-script during a charity comedy night in Philadelphia last week. All four major party statewide candidates took part in the annual charity event, which is hosted by Philadelphia Daily News columnist Stu Bykofsky and raises money for a children’s group. Republican Senate candidate Pat Toomey poked fun at the Democratic-controlled Congress’ agenda during his routine. While his opponent Joe Sestak, delivered a “top ten” list of jobs he was offered by President Bill Clinton in order to drop out of the Democratic primary. Listen to DUQ’s Scott Detrow’s story on the event.