New York Times White House correspondent Sheryl Gay Stolberg is trailing President Obama who is campaigning in Pennsylvania today. In a pool report she filed a few minutes ago, she reports that she caught up with US Senator Arlen Specter on the airport tarmac.
On Congressman Joe Sestak‘s Senate prospects, Stolberg reports Specter said:
“I think he’s made a very strong case, closed the gap and in some of the polls he’s ahead. So it’s nip and tuck.”
Tuesday is going to be a long night. . .I think. Sort of a slow blood-letting.
— Steve Clemons