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Monday, February 6

Cong. 18th: Ney (R) Trails Sulzer (D) and Space (D)


Thanks to DailyKos diarist ZachC for bringing to our attention two separate reports that scandal-tainted Rep. Bob Ney (R) trails Democratic opponents Joe Sulzer (pictured) and Zack Space in internal GOP polling. The Washington Post political column The Fix cites such polling as showing the two Democrats ahead of the incumbent, indicating that Ney is in trouble due to the Abramoff investigation despite the fact that Bush carried this district by 57% in 2004. The author continues: "Even more troubling for Ney, the surveys seem to indicate that, regardless of the eventual result of the federal investigation, voters have decided that he has the taint of corruption on him, according to sources familiar with the numbers." This report is echoed in an MSNBC item here.

3 Comments:

At 6:02 PM, Blogger Paul said...

Never trust a cornered Republican. The demographics of this district still make it an uphill battle for the eventual Dem nominee

 
At 6:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where's the picture of Zack Space?

 
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