PA Democrat Senate Primary: Sestak trending higher over Specter

With the Pennsylvania Democrat Primary just eight days away, Democrat, Republican, Democrat Arlen Specter,  who switched parties because he couldn’t win in a Republican Primary,  is now having his Democrat rival edge him out.  Congressman Joe Sestak now has a 4 point lead in the Race.

The latest Muhlenberg/Morning Call tracking poll in Pennsylvania shows Rep. Joe Sestak (D) jumping out to a four point lead over Sen. Arlen Specter (D) in the Democratic U.S. Senate primary, 46% to 42%.

What really gets me about DemRepDem Specter was in 2001 he introduced a rule that would prevent Senators from switching parties.  No wonder he is having difficulty leading in ANY Primary.  What Next?  Independent?
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