June 15, 2010

THINK ANYONE IN PA WILL REALLY MIND...:

Sestak silence worries Pa. officials (SHIRA TOEPLITZ, 6/15/10, Politico)

Four weeks after claiming the Pennsylvania Senate nomination, Rep. Joe Sestak continues to have an awkward relationship with many leaders of the state’s Democratic establishment — with the two-term congressman so far neglecting to check many of the boxes that ordinarily would be routine for a candidate trying to unify his party after a hard-fought primary.

It’s been nearly a month since the May 18 primary, and key local party leaders have not been in close contact with Sestak. His unorthodox campaign organization is unnerving Democratic officials, and his public comments suggest he hasn’t forgotten the rough treatment he received from the White House and the state party establishment, both of which worked furiously to deliver the nomination to party-switching Sen. Arlen Specter.

All of it has Democrats wondering about the pace and direction of his bid against Republican nominee Pat Toomey.


...if he shuts up until the Fall?

Posted by Orrin Judd at June 15, 2010 5:58 AM
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