In the Senate race, Joe Sestak turns to foreign policy today while Pat Toomey sticks to the economy. First, from Team Sestak:
U.S. Senate candidate Congressman Joe Sestak will recognize Flag Day this morning at 11 AM with a speech outside Philadelphia's Independence Hall. Joe's remarks will focus on the importance of the flag not only as a symbol for our own patriotism and proud history, but also as a symbol and touchstone to our allies around the world.
He plans to discuss the vital importance of maintaining strong ties with our friends, and to highlight specifically our involvement in the ongoing crisis in the Middle East, making the case for an important step forward in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. Recognizing that real leadership means engagement with the world, Joe will emphasize the point that just as the birth of our nation came about thanks to help from our allies, our continued security also depends upon strong relations with our allies.
And the Toomey camp:
Allentown – U.S. Senate candidate Pat Toomey will continue his ongoing small business tour, stopping at a local Harrisburg area coffee shop, St. Thomas Roasters, Monday, June 14th to talk to local small business owners about their economic concerns and his plan to lower taxes and make it easier and less expensive to hire new employees. Joining him will be small business owner Geof Smith of St. Thomas Roasters to discuss why Joe Sestak’s support for more government regulation, higher taxes, and cap-and-trade legislation is the wrong path for Pennsylvania.