Seacoast Online (Portsmouth Herald, Foster’s Daily Democrat) covered my walk announcement. Read more here – extract below.
Sestak plans to reach Portsmouth Oct. 20.
He said he chose the Port City as his final destination because “that harbor looks out on the Atlantic Ocean that I steamed across on a ship into combat. So I wanted to end up on the ocean.”
Sestak, who’s making his foreign policy experience both in the Navy and later in President Bill Clinton’s administration the centerpiece of his campaign, said, “I do think we are one world. Whether it’s climate change or the rise of authoritarian China, it impacts us immediately at home.”