In an interview with MSNBC's Chuck Todd Monday morning, talked about why he believes voters shouldn't value Rep. Pete Stark's experience and how he will keep up with his opponent on the fundraising front.
On the morning show "The Daily Rundown," Swalwell told Todd there isn't anything wrong with experience but that Stark has become "disconnected" and "ineffective" as a congressman. A rhetorical line Swalwell has used a number of times in the campaign.
Todd asked Swalwell if he'll be able to keep up with Stark financially if the race stretches until November. The Dublin City Councilmember responded that he has raised the same amount of money as Stark since he entered the race in September and his campaign has raised over $280,000.
Last Friday, Swalwell had a live chat interview with Patch, .
On Monday, Patch interviewed one of Swalwell's opponents, Chris Pareja, .
Rep. Stark, Swalwell and Pareja are against each other in the race for the open seat in the 15th Congressional District. The top two in the June 5 primary will compete in the general election.