Governor Ed Rendell on Pennsylvania's Primary Race

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter (D-PA) and his wife Joan campaign outside Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pa. (Getty Images)

A year ago Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter quit the Republican party to join the Democrats. He won the support of President Obama, organized labor and Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell. But he lacked the support of the voters and lost yesterday's primary to Rep. Joe Sestak. 

Gov. Rendell sizes up the results of the Pennsylvania Senate primary contest.

Guests:

Ed Rendell

Produced by:

Elizabeth Ross

Comments [1]

Jeff from Somerset

Anyone incumbent running for office once again should be looking for another line of work, especially mentioning Ed Rendell as a supporter, Ed is the worse Governor Pennsylvania has ever elected!!!

Jun. 23 2010 05:17 AM

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