If he loses Senate primary, Sestak loses his seat in Congress too
The time to campaign is running out in the tight race for US Senate in Pennsylvania.
Joe Sestak reached out to voters in the Reading Terminal Market, saying he would not be sleeping much between now and Election Day.
“We’re going to go throughout Pennsylvania, every vote matters and all six major media markets, I look at every vote and every voter that they matter. So that’s how we distributing the time, sleeping in the car as we drive overnight three of us taking two hour turns to drive so we can get to all of the far reaches of this this great Keystone State.”
Congressman Sestak says it’s time for a change, and he’s staking his political career on that hoping the voters will agree. Sestak is trying to unseat Arlen Specter. This is Specter’s first campaign as a Democrat since switching parties one year ago.