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Sestak speaks to jobs, Senate race

Sestak stands at the podium during his speech. (credit: Patrick Gage Kelley/Contributing Editor) Sestak stands at the podium during his speech. (credit: Patrick Gage Kelley/Contributing Editor) Sestak addresses students in a special meeting after his speech. (credit: Patrick Gage Kelley/Contributing Editor) Sestak addresses students in a special meeting after his speech. (credit: Patrick Gage Kelley/Contributing Editor)

Joe Sestak, the Democratic contestant for Arlen Specter's soon-to-be-vacated United States Senate seat, came to the Connan Room in Carnegie Mellon's University Center Tuesday morning at 11 a.m. to discuss Pennsylvania's need for jobs, small-business and middle-class tax cuts, his opponent Pat Toomey's platform, and the importance of Pittsburgh.