With Bill Clinton stumping for Sestak, Onorato and John Callahan on the other side of the state tomorrow, the WashPost notes the former prez is doing more campaigning than the current one:
By the end of August, Clinton will have held events for at least 10 Democratic candidates in the past three months.
He swept into Arkansas to campaign for Sen. Blanche Lincoln in late May. In June, he stumped for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in Nevada. In July, he made a swing through Rhode Island to campaign for state Treasurer and gubernatorial hopeful Frank Caprio, followed by a Boston event for Rep. Stephen Lynch. Tomorrow, Clinton is in Pennsylvania campaigning for Sestak; he'll also stump for Bethlehem Mayor John Callahan, who's running against Rep. Charlie Dent (R-Pa.), and hold an evening fundraiser for Pennsylvania gubernatorial nominee Dan Onorato.
Next week, Clinton is slated to attend three events in Florida for Rep. Kendrick Meek (D), for whom he's already held five fundraisers this cycle. Clinton also held a late July fundraiser for Rep. Leonard Boswell (D-Iowa) and one last week for Rep. Sander Levin (D-Mich.).
On top of that, he's backed (but not held rallies for) Democratic gubernatorial candidates including White in Texas, state Attorney General Thurbert Baker in Georgia and state Senate President Libby Mitchell in Maine as well as Colorado Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff.