April 07, 2010


Specter Remains Well Ahead of Sestak

A new Quinnipiac poll in Pennsylvania finds Sen. Arlen Specter (D) has a huge lead over Rep. Joe Sestak (D) in their Senate primary, 53% to 32%.

Said pollster Peter Brown: "With less than six weeks until the May 18 primary, Specter looks to be in solid shape for the Democratic nomination. Not only would Sestak have to win every undecided vote, he also would have to take away some who say they are for Specter."

In the governor's race, Tom Corbett (R) is way ahead of Sam Rohrer (R) in the Republcian primary, 58% to 7%.

Three candidates in the Democratic gubernatorial primary for Governor are bunched together -- Dan Onorato (D) at 20%, Joe Hoeffel (D) at 15% and Jack Wagner (D) at 13% -- but there are still 47% undecided.










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