In it, but not of it. TPM DC
The TPM Poll Average for the primary shows Specter in the lead by a margin of 45.0-29.8. But an Apr. 12 Rasmussen poll showed the race to be much closer than that, with Specter just a few points ahead.
It seems Specter has taken numbers like that one to heart, attacking Sestak over the very resume he touts in his meet-the-voters spots. If Sestak was hoping for a clear runway to get his lagging campaign off the ground in the homestretch, Specter is making it clear he's not going to give it to him.
Check out Specter's ad: