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By Carole on Aug 19, 2010
In the latest chapter of the 'Did the Obama Administration Try To Bribe Joe Sestak?' story, Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele has called on the Justice Department to investigate. In a letter to the Attorney General, Mr. Steele calls for an immediate investigation so that voters "can have full confidence that our elections are not tampered with and that those in the highest positions of power do not for political purposes abuse the office with which they are entrusted."
By Carole on Aug 10, 2010
Pennsylvania's Democratic Senate Candidate is hoping voters have both short and long term memory problems. Former President Bill Clinton will be making an appearance today at a campaign rally for US Representative Joe Sestak (D-Pennsylvania) - the very candidate the Obama administration sent Mr. Clinton to bribe into dropping out of the primary. Mr. Sestak refused the offer of a presidential advisory position, stayed in the race and defeated Senator Arlen Specter (D-Pennsylvania) for the Democratic nomination so now the administration is sending Mr. Clinton again - this time to pretend it's the Clinton presidency that Mr. Sestak would be supporting.
By Carole on Jul 19, 2010
A new poll shows the Pennsylvania Senate race going from the toss-up column to the leans-Republican category. Republican Pat Toomey now leads Democrat Joe Sestak by a 7 point margin (45% - 38%) and that's only part of the story. Virtually every indicator in the poll shows this perennial swing state is swinging right.
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.