Monday, September 18, 2006

Brown v. Doolittle race tightens

New Poll Says Brown/Doolittle Race is a Dead Heat
September 12th, 2006
A new public opinion survey shows that Charlie Brown has pulled into a tie with John Doolittle. These numbers for are particularly striking because Doolittle has nearly 100 percent name recognition and Brown is still introducing himself to voters. And, the poll shows that after voters hear a one paragraph positive description about both candidates, Brown surges to a substantial lead. In addition to highlighting the broad appeal of Brown’s candidacy, the poll also demonstrates voter anger at Doolittle’s ties to corruption in Congress, his lack of performance on issues like fiscal discipline, border security and supporting the troops, and his disregard for local concerns.

Read our press release about the poll here.


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