Posted in Main Blog (All Posts) on March 30th, 2010 4:42 am by HL
Kansas political parties decide before each primary whether the primary will be open to voters who are not affiliated with any political party. This survey includes unaffiliated voters who make up 14% of the electorate.
The primary is in four months.
Ohio Senate Race Still in Flux
A new Quinnipiac poll in Ohio finds Lee Fisher (D) leads Jennifer Brunner (D), 33% to 26%, among likely voters in the Democratic U.S. Senate primary, but 40% are still undecided and 65% of those who back a candidate say they might change their mind.
Pollster Peter Brown: “Fisher is ahead as the candidates enter the home stretch, but the lead is not that large and the size of the undecided vote with a relatively short period until primary election day underscores the potential volatility of the contest. Fisher’s lead shouldn’t be all that surprising since he has been active in statewide politics for going on two decades and is better known than Brunner.”
Rob Portman (R) is running unopposed for the Republican nomination. The primary is on May 4.