Congressman Joe Sestak has moved ahead of incumbent Arlen Specter in their Senate primary match-up with just over a week left before Pennsylvania Democrats go to the polls to pick their nominee.
The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of likely Democratic Primary voters in the state shows Sestak earning 47% of the vote while Specter picks up 42%. This marks the first time Sestak has held the advantage in the race.
Do you know what this situation needs? A lot more money spent in the last week on negative primary race advertising by the Democratic candidates, that's what it needs. Time to pull out the big guns there, Arlen; after all, if you're gone after next week you won't be spending it anyway. So feel free to use the really damaging stuff.
Thanks in advance!
Crossposted to Moe Lane.