Poll: Democrat Weprin Down Six to Turner In NY-09 Special
Well, the steady move toward panic for Democrats in Tuesday’s NY-09 special election coming from some curiously poor poll numbers leading to a $500,000 TV buy by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee seems to be well placed: a new Public Policy Polling (D) survey of the district shows they have every reason to be concerned.
Retired cable television executive and Republican candidate Bob Turner is at 47 percent in the PPP poll, against 41 percent for Democratic New York State Assemblyman David Weprin with the election only two days away. Socialist Workers Party candidate Christopher Hoeppner gets 4 percent of the vote. The New York City District of former Rep. Anthony Weiner has been solidly Democratic for decades, and should Turner win he would be the first Republican since 1923 to occupy the seat. TPM has been reporting on the race for the few weeks, which has seen Weprin falter as Turner has sought to capitalize on extreme voter dissatisfaction with Washington.
Fyll Story Here: http://2012.talkingpointsmemo.com/2011/09/poll-democrat-weprin-down-six-to-turner-in-ny-09-special.php?ref=fpb
Vote Republican and I'll guarantee you'll have more pictures like this to take people out rather than discussing the issues they support: