Don’t let the polls make you think you can stay home! Get out and vote regardless of what they say. Generally speaking, the midterms have half the number of voters as any Presidential Election.
So if everyone who voted for Trump in 2016 made an appoint to vote Republican in the midterms this year there will be Democrats swimming in our #RedWave and it’ll be a glorious bloodbath!
Let’s defeat every single stinking worthless Democrat that we can!
Hey @SenatorHeitkamp, How are you going to vote on #KavanaughConfirmation ???
Poll: Heitkamp Under Water, GOP’s Cramer Leads by 10 Points in North Dakota Senate Race https://t.co/ktgQRdfGd2 via @BreitbartNews
— Carolina Girl 🇺🇸#MAGA #ConfirmKavanaugh❌ (@carolinagirl63) October 2, 2018
A new poll released on Monday by Valley News Live, the NBC-TV affiliate in Fargo, North Dakota, and Strategic Research Associates, shows that Republican Rep. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) has jumped to a ten point lead over incumbent Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) in the North Dakota Senate race.
The poll of 650 likely voters in North Dakota conducted between September 17 and September 27 shows that Cramer now leads Heitkamp 51 percent to 41 percent, with eight percent undecided. It has a margin of error of 3.5 percent.
Cramer has increased his lead over Heitkamp by six points in the past few weeks.
A Fox News poll conducted between September 8 and 11, two weeks before the dramatic testimony of Brett Kavanaugh and accuser Dr. Christine Blasey Ford on September 27 before the Senate Judiciary Committee, showed Cramer with a four point lead, 48 percent to 44 percent, which was within the poll’s margin of error.
Heitkamp is one of two Democrat senators who have not yet announced how they will vote on the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. The full Senate is expected to vote up or down on his confirmation this Friday.
The poll also shows that likely voters in North Dakota overwhelmingly support confirming Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court:
In another question that VNL asked, 60% of the likely voters in North Dakota support the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. 27% were opposed.
Keep in mind, the poll was conducted during the disclosure that the judge may have engaged in sexual misconduct, while in high school or college, before last week’s testimony by Kavanaugh and one of his accusers, before the Senate Judiciary Committee. More
For the first time in recent history, the party of the sitting president will retain the House and Senate. I believe Democrats have sufficiently motivated the silent majority to get out and vote.
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