While not a straight line equation these are the words of Corey O'Brien prior to his defeat yesterday by Paul Kanjorski.
“The only way to stop the bleeding is electing Democrats with fresh faces and fresh visions,” O’Brien said. “If we don’t do that, and we go into the election with the same old tired incumbents, we’re going to get wiped out.”
From The Times Leader:
In unofficial results, Kanjorski, 73, of Nanticoke, received 33.783 votes to 23,236 for O’Brien and 11,512 for Brian Kelly, a professor at Marywood University. That means 34,728 Democrats who had a choice didn't choose Kanjorski. Lou Barletta received 28,311 votes. I wonder if Kanjorski can hear the buffalo pounding the turf.