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By Carole on Jul 17, 2010
In what his Republican opponent called a "hypersensitive reaction," Representative Joe Sestak (D-Pennsylvania) was able to get two television stations to stop running a campaign ad for two days. The stations have now reversed their decision and are running the ad that was paid for by the US Chamber of Commerce and claimed Mr. Sestak was in lockstep with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-California).
By Carole on Jul 14, 2010
Perennial swing state Pennsylvania is making a slow and steady turn to the right this election season. Fueled by dismal approval ratings for their current Democratic governor and senator and a strong backlash against President Barack Obama's handling of the immigration issue, voters in the Keystone State are sounding off against the Obama party and the Obama agenda and they're putting their money where their mouths are.
By Carole on Jun 18, 2010
The possible violation of federal law by the Obama administration also known as 'the Sestak issue' has been pushed out of the media spotlight recently by the much larger 'oil spill in the Gulf issue'. But a new development is bringing renewed interest to whether the White House offered US Representative and Senate candidate Joe Sestak (D-Pennsylvania) a job if he would drop out of his Democratic primary race.
By Carole on Jun 6, 2010
Over the past two weeks what President Barack Obama dubbed "the Sestak issue" has focused national attention on the shady (and possibly illegal) backroom dealing by the current administration. But what has garnered little attention until now is the effect the issue has had on Representative Joe Sestak (D-Pennsylvania) himself.
By Carole on Jun 3, 2010
Andrew Romanoff is no Joe Sestak. Unlike US Senate Candidate Sestak (D-Pennsylvania), US Senate Candidate Romanoff (D-Colorado) is not waiting to be told what to say about job offers from the Obama White House meant to entice him out of his campaign. Mr. Romanoff said in a statement Wednesday night that he was contacted by President Barack Obama's Deputy Chief of Staff Jim Messina last fall and told that the White House would support his opponent in the primary. When Mr. Romanoff said he would seek the nomination anyway, Mr. Messina "suggested three positions that might be available to me were I not pursuing the Senate race," Mr. Romanoff said. (source)