Thursday, September 15, 2005

Senate race news

Apparently the Democratic party's presumptive nominee for US Senate in 2006, Robert Casey, is leading incumbent (and family advice-book writer) Rick Santorum by something like 14 points in current polling. It's still mighty early, with plenty of time for voters to forget about the housewife and hurricane-refugee remarks that have widened the gap recently. Casey's going to have to be more than the anti-Santorum, come spring.

(via Edico)

2 Comments:

Anonymous albert said...

Casey doesn't seem to like to discuss his candidacy and by candidacy I mean any issues which I find pathetic. Chuck Pennacchio, on the other hand, is more than happy to do so. Chuck's got a clear stance on the issues and stands tall as the Progressive choice for Pennsylvanians.

8:43 AM  
Blogger ACM said...

well, I certainly agree that I'd like to hear more on issues, and I expect that we will as the weather gets colder. but plugging Pennacchio as the only True Choice is just barking after a car that isn't coming back . . .

11:18 AM  

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