Rep. Joe Sestak on Unseating Sen. Arlen Specter

Monday, May 24, 2010

Rep. Joe Sestak (D-Penn.) defeated incumbent Senator Arlen Specter in last Tuesday's Democratic primary race for one of Pennsylvania's U.S. Senate seats. Sestak's victory marks the end of Specter's 30-year Senate career, and has been used to demonstrate the strength of the anti-incumbent, anti-establishment sentiment among the electorate. We speak with Rep. Sestak about his victory and how he plans to campaign in the coming months to secure the Senate seat in November.

Guests:

Congressman Joe Sestak

Produced by:

Arwa Gunja

Comments [1]

Brosa from Pittsburgh

We need 9 more to get booted like Arlen. One arrogrant old goat is gone for good. Life is getting better.

May. 24 2010 05:24 AM

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