Friday, March 19, 2010

Election 2010: Arizona Republican Primary for Senate

Election 2010: Arizona Republican Primary for Senate

Longtime incumbent John McCain now leads conservative challenger J.D. Hayworth by just seven points in Arizona’s hotly contested Republican Senate Primary race.

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of likely Arizona GOP Primary voters shows McCain ahead 48% to 41%. Three percent (3%) favor another candidate, and eight percent (8%) are undecided.

Following the announcement that Sarah Palin would campaign for his reelection, McCain opened up a 53% to 31% lead over Hayworth in January. The two men were in a near tie in November.

But now Hayworth, a former congressman turned popular local talk radio host, is a formal candidate, and anti-immigration activist Chris Simcox has quit the race and endorsed him. For McCain, the new numbers also show him dropping again below 50%, and incumbents who poll less than 50% at this stage of a campaign are considered potentially vulnerable

And the kids at C4P have put their two cents in...

-Scott Rasmussen has bad news for John McCain but notes that McCain has good news on the horizon: "Palin will attend a McCain rally in Tucson later this month."

There was a good reason why I yanked them from this site. Their comments show why.

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