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April 28, 2017

Open Thread Friday Night!

It’s about time for one….

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April 18, 2017

Election Night Thread – Georgia CD 06

So apparently the leading Democratic candidate in this Special Election doesn’t even live in this district that he is hoping to represent, a fact he is not ashamed for people to know.

The two questions to be answered tonight is whether Jon Ossoff can get to 50% and if not, who will be the Republican facing off against him in a runoff election. Will Republicans have answered Donald Trump’s call?

The results from the Associated Press can be found here. Polls close at 7pm EDT.

April 17, 2017

Ossoff Still More Than 7% Away From 50% in GA

Two more polls for tomorrow’s election in Georgia from Clout Research and Emerson Research showing pretty similar results, although we have a different Republican in second place in the Clout Research poll.

US HOUSE – GEORGIA CD6 – SPECIAL (Emerson)
Jon Ossoff (D) 43%
Karen Handel (R) 17%
Bob Gray (R) 15%
Dan Moody (R) 9%
Judson Hill (R) 6%
Ron Slotin (D) 2%
David Abroms (R) 2%

US HOUSE – GEORGIA CD6 – SPECIAL (Clout)
Jon Ossoff (D) 41%
Bob Gray (R) 17%
Karen Handel (R) 15%
Judson Hill (R) 10%
Dan Moody (R) 9%
David Abroms (R) 3%
Ron Slotin (D) 1%

The Emerson poll was done April 13-15 and the Clout Research poll was done April 14-15 among likely voters. Donald Trump is jumping into the fray.

This should be fun tomorrow.

April 16, 2017

Poll Roundup in GA-06

This Tuesday we have the primary for the Special Election in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District and right now, there is no doubt Democrat Jon Ossoff is going to make the top two. The doubt is whether he hits 505 or not to avoid the runoff against a one of a gaggle of Republicans. Here are the four most recent polls heading into Tuesday.

WHO DATES Ossoff (D) Handel (R) Gray (R) Hill (R) Moody (R)
Opinion Savvy 4/13 42% 21% 11% 11% 9%
WSB/Landmark 4/12-4/13 45% 17% 9% 8% 8%
Revily 4/10-4/12 45% 17% 16% 7% 9%
RRH/DDHQ 4/5-4/10 39% 15% 12% 10% 11%
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April 11, 2017

Election Night Thread – Kansas CD-4

We have our first congressional special election of the year and it has Republicans trying to hold the seat left open by the current CIA Director. Donald Trump is pulling for Republican Rob Estes:

Based on this article, Trump apparently won this district by a 27% margin.

Results from the Associated Press can be found here. Polls start closing at 8pm EDT

Dems Leads GOP in VA Gov Race

If there is any doubt Virginia is trending blue, look no further than the latest poll from Quinnipiac University that has the two Democratic candidates trouncing the three Republican candidates for Governor.

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA (Quinnipiac)
Tom Perriello (D) 46%
Ed Gillespie (R) 33%

Ralph Northam (D) 44%
Ed Gillespie (R) 33%

Tom Perriello (D) 45%
Corey Stewart (R) 31%

Ralph Northam (D) 43%
Corey Stewart (R) 30%

Tom Perriello (D) 43%
Frank Wagner (R) 32%

Ralph Northam (D) 43%
Frank Wagner (R) 30%

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA – GOP PRIMARY (Quinnipiac)
Ed Gillespie 28%
Corey Stewart 12%
Frank Wagner 7%

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA – DEM PRIMARY (Quinnipiac)
Tom Perriello 25%
Ralph Northam 20%

US SENATE – VIRGINIA (Quinnipiac)
Tim Kaine (D-inc) 56%
Laura Ingraham (R) 35%

Tim Kaine (D-inc) 57%
Carly Fiorina (R) 33%

This poll was done April 6-10 among 1115 registered voters.

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MD Gov Hogan Holds 73% Job Approval Rating

Morning Consult has released their rankings of the Governors in the United States based on Job Approval ratings and ny great Republican Governor of Maryland is still near the top of the list with a ridiculous job approval rating of 73%. This is after Maryland Democrats have spent the entire legislative sessions trying every possible way to tie Donald Trump around Larry Hogan’s neck, clearly to no avail.

MARYLAND GOVERNOR LARRY HOGAN JOB APPROVAL)
Approve 73%
Disapprove 16%

It is interesting that the top eleven rated Governors are all Republicans despite Donald Trump leading the party at the national level. Andrew Cuomo is the first Democrat to pop up on the list down at #12.

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April 6, 2017

Clean Thread

Since it has been over a week….

March 29, 2017

Polls For NJ and VA

We have some 2017 guberantorial polls to enjoy this morning. Fairleigh Dickinson University has released a poll for the primary races in New Jersey and it shows clear frontrunners for both parties.

GOVERNOR – NEW JERSEY – DEM PRIMARY (FDU)
Phil Murphy 23%
Jon Wisniewski 4%
Jim Johnson 4%
Raymond Lesniak 3%
Bill Brennan 2%
Lisa McCormick 2%
Monica Brinson 1%
Bob Hoatson 1%
Titus Pierce 0%
Mark Zinna 0%

GOVERNOR – NEW JERSEY – GOP PRIMARY (FDU)
Kim Guadagno 24%
Jack Ciattarelli 5%
Steve Rogers 1%
Joseph Rullo 1%
Hirsh Singh 0%

This poll was done March 22-26 among 758 registered voters. Meanwhile Christopher Newport University yesterday released the primary numbers for the race in Virginia.

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA – DEM PRIMARY (CNU)
Ralph Northam 26%
Tom Perriello 26%

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA – GOP PRIMARY (CNU)
Ed Gillespie 38%
Corey Stewart 11%
Frank Wagner 10%

Then this morning, they released the General Election numbers in Virginia.

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA (CNU)
Ed Gillespie (R) 40%
Ralph Northam (D) 39%

Ed Gillespie (R) 39%
Tom Perriello (D) 39%

Ralph Northam (D) 41%
Corey Stewart (R) 33%

Tom Perriello (D) 40%
Corey Stewart (R) 34%

Ralph Northam (D) 40%
Frank Wagner (R) 34%

Tom Perriello (D) 38%
Frank Wagner (R) 35%

This poll was done March 16026 among registered voters.

March 23, 2017

VA: Tight Race For Gov, Kaine Dominates Comstock and Fiorina

Posts two days in row! An election poll for the gubernatorial race in Virginia this year and the US Senate next year was just released by Gravis Marketing. The gubernatorial race this year is neck and neck according to Gravis.

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA (Gravis)
Ed Gillespie (R) 42%
Ralph Northam (D) 40%

Tom Perriello (D) 42%
Ed Gillespie (R) 41%

meanwhile at the US Senate, failed VP candidate Tim Kaine is well ahead of Republicans Barbara Comstock and Carly Fiorina.

US SENATE – VIRGINIA (Gravis)
Tim Kaine (D-inc) 53%
Barbara Comstock (R) 41%

Tim Kaine (D-inc) 53%
Carly Fiorina (R) 41%

This poll was done March 14-19 among 3097 registered voters.

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