Former Rep. Joe Sestak (D-Pa.) has entered the 2020 presidential race.
“What Americans most want today is someone who is accountable to them, above self, above party, above any special interest … a President who has the depth of global experience to restore America’s leadership in the world to protect our American Dream at home … and one who is trusted to restructure policies where too many see only the growth of inequity not of the economy,” he said in a press release on his campaign website.
The article goes on to state the following:
“I want to be that President who serves the American people the way they deserve to be served,” he added.
— The Hill (@thehill) June 23, 2019
Former Rep. Joe Sestak, a Navy veteran who twice ran unsuccessfully for a Senate seat in Pennsylvania, is now the 25th entrant into the Democratic presidential primary. https://t.co/ffN3FnMY3v
— NBC News (@NBCNews) June 23, 2019
The just-launched Joe Sestak presidential campaign is an excuse to post my favorite work pic of all time – squatting just below the stage to mic the candidates at a 2010 Specter-Sestak debate. pic.twitter.com/aPpk2Pf2xT
— Scott Detrow (@scottdetrow) June 23, 2019
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