My 2009 Gubernatorial Race Ratings
We have just about moved into the fall of 2009 and with that, Election day 2009 is coming closer and closer. So far, Republicans have a reason to be optimistic about making two Gubernatorial pickups in states that Obama won. Here are my race ratings: NJ-GOV: This race was over once NJ Democrats couldn’t get any strong primary challengers to take out embattled incumbent Governor | Read More »
WI-GOV: Walker, Neumann LEAD
Via Research 2000: Scott Walker (R) 48% Jim Doyle (D-inc) 40% Mark Neumann (R) 42% Jim Doyle (D-inc) 41% All I can say is, wow! I can’t believe the number of people that have bolted to the GOP candidates in the past few days. Doyle’s approval is at a dismal 34-60, so this might be considered unsurprising. As I stated a few days ago, if | Read More »
WI-GOV, WI-SEN: Doyle, Feingold lead most of the GOP Field
Via Research 2000: Jim Doyle (D-inc): 48 Scott Walker (R): 36 Undecided: 16 Jim Doyle (D-inc): 49 Mark Neumann (R): 35 Undecided: 16 Jim Doyle (D-inc): 45 Tommy Thompson (R): 47 Undecided: 8 (MoE: ±4%) Embarrassingly low poll numbers for Democrat Doyle in a Moderately Democratic state like Wisconsin. His unflattering 43-48 approval rating can’t be helping matters either. Former Governor Tommy Thompson remains popular | Read More »
VA-GOV: Deeds recieves Primary Bounce.
Via Rasmussen: Creigh Deeds (D)-47% Bob McDonnell (R)-41% Not a real surprise, but a 6% lead is still shocking. On a good note, McDonnell leads among Independents 43%-36% and White Voters 49%-36%. I still think McDonnel is going to win in November, which will signal displeasure with the Democrats control. Go McDonnell! (Cross-posted at <a href=http://conservativestateproject.blogspot.com/>Conservative State Project</a>
VA-GOV Results Thread
Since I don’t see another VA-GOV open thread, I thought I’d do one. Deeds up 55%-23%-22% so far. This is SW VA reporting, Deeds’ home turf, so this is to be expected. I’ll also be updating my blog http://conservativestateproject.blogspot.com/ with the latest results.