Chris Christie leads Jon Corzine 47-41 in PPP's final poll of the New Jersey Governor's race, with Chris Daggett at 11%. — Corzine had pulled to within a point of Christie on our poll three weeks ago after trailing by as many as 14 points over the summer, but his momentum has stalled since then and Christie's built his lead back up to 4 points last week and now 6. [...]
OUTSTANDING! Hello Obamabots? Consevativers on the ticket WIN! Hello Lindsey Graham? Hello John McCain? Hello Newt Gingrich? Take your Bog Tent palsy and shove it!
Next is NY 23!
More NY-23 mess...? Mess for whom?
[...] I am going to swap in a third version of our horse race question for remaining interviews today noting that Scozzafava has suspended her campaign and endorsed Owens. The Hoffman lead is wide enough that I feel comfortable releasing numbers later this evening although there will certainly be a lot of caveats- and we will certainly release tabs by when people were interviewed. [...]
And then there's Virginia which is a blatant write off for the Obamabots. Poor libtards. Then again, there is always ACORN.
New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine is locked in the political fight of his life. With just hours left before voting, polls show a neck-and-neck race between Corzine and GOP candidate Chris Christie, with Independent candidate Chris Daggett pulling significant support. Obama and VP Biden are making last ditch pitches for the embattled governor. But evidence is building that Corzine’s campaign may see its only salvation is in rigging the election. [...]
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Doug Hoffman has a commanding lead in the special election for New York's 23rd Congressional District. — In a three way contest with Democrat Bill Owens and Republican Dede Scozzafava Hoffman leads with 51% to 34% for Owens and 13% for Scozzafava. [...]
[...] Someone from the left please explain this to me. Why, other than fraud, would the Democrat party lobby to have New Jersey look the other way if the signature on the ballot doesn’t match the signature on file: [...]