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Minnesota Attorney General Race Neck and Neck As Ellison Faces Pressure To Drop Out Over Abuse Allegations

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A recent poll suggests that the Minnesota Attorney General race is gearing up to be one of the closest races in the country ahead of the first televised debate between Keith Ellison and Republican challenger Doug Wardlow.

Although Ellison currently maintains a narrow lead over Wardlow, support for Ellison is declining throughout the Democrat party amid growing concerns of numerous allegations of domestic violence that have been brought against Ellison.

READ ABOUT THE ALLEGATIONS AGAINST ELLISON HERE.

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According to a poll conducted by Star Tribune/ MPR News Minnesota, 41 percent of voters in Minnesota said they would vote for Ellison, while 36% said they would vote for Wardlow. 18 percent of voters said they are still undecided.

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One of the key reasons why Ellison is leading in the polls is the fact that Ellison, who is a U.S. Congressman in Minnesota’s 5th District, has more name recognition than his opponent, who is a lawyer and former state representative.

However, even though Ellison has name recognition, with 80 percent of voters recognizing his name, 31 percent of Minnesota voters view him unfavorably, a number that is increasing amid the claims of domestic violence.

On Wednesday, Karen Monahan, who also dated Ellison and accused him of domestic violence, released evidence of her claims when she tweeted a picture of a 2017 medical record that documents her stress and anxiety level as being directly related to her abusive relationship with Ellison.

The medical report from Jodi K. Milburn, MD reads,

“She (Monahan) states that she was in a very stressful environment for years, emotional and physical abuse by a partner with whom she is now separated. She did not have any physical injuries that required physical examination in the past. She identifies the individual she was involved with as Congressman Keith Ellison, and she is worried about retribution if she identified him publicly. She feels that she is in a safe environment now and she is following up with therapy and relaxation. She has had reduced anxiety with extracting herself from the relationship and she feels much healthier now.”

Since being accused of domestic violence by two different women, Ellison has denied the allegations, but has not answered to the fact that evidence in the form of a 2005 police report documents a 911 domestic call to the home of Amy Alexander, who dated Ellison and has since accused him of being physically and emotionally abusive towards her.

According to Star Tribune, “800 likely voters participated in the Minnesota Poll conducted Sept. 10-12. Of those, 37 percent were Democrats, 31 percent Republicans and 32 percent independents. The poll’s margin of sampling error is plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.”

Ellison and Wardlow will debate on Friday, September 21, 2018 in a LIVE PBS televised debate.

The election in Minnesota is November 6, 2018.

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George Soros is Desperately Throwing Money at Minority Voters to Get them to Vote Democrat

The Billionaire Oligarch is Scared that Minorities are Actually Thinking for Themselves and Voting America First

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Many American liberals are sweating bullets about Trump’s unexpected minority support in the 2020 elections. Now, billionaires such as George Soros have thrown last financial contributions to make sure that minorities don’t break from the Democratic Party and fall into Trump’s arms.

ZeroHedge reported that oligarchical activist George Soros is working on a last minute effort to crank up Hispanic and African American support for Democrat candidate Joe Biden. According to a report by the Federal Election Commission, which highlighted $500,000 in donations given to the Black PAC and Somos PAC. The former is dedicated towards African American outreach and the latter is focused on Hispanic outreach.

According to Just the News, Soros also pitched millions into “strategic electoral efforts in the key battleground states of Pennsylvania and Michigan through the Strategic Victory Find, which is a super PAC linked to the Democracy Alliance donor network, which he runs.” The report continued:

Soros has already funneled about $70 million into the 2020 election cycle, more than doubling the amount he spent in 2016. Liberal billionaire donors, including former mayor of New York City and presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg, have spent many millions this cycle to advance Democratic candidates in swing states and the rest.

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The Black PAC has been a generous contributor to the electoral efforts of Michigan Senator Gary Peters, in addition to Georgia Congresswoman Lucy McBath, Virginia Congresswoman Elaine Luria, and North Carolina Senate candidate Cal Cunningham.

One of Somos PAC’s largest contributors is Michael Bloomberg’s Florida Freedom PAC. Somos positions itself as the “first progressive, centralized hub for research, messaging, training, and mobilization” for Hispanic voters in battleground states. The group has mostly concentrated its efforts on supporting key Democratic races, which includes Joe Biden, Arizona Senate candidate Mark Kelly, and Florida congresswoman Debbie Mucarsel-Powell.

Soros’s activism directed towards African Americans and Hispanics has dialed up during a time when support for President Trump is beginning to increase within these two groups. Renowned pollster Nate Silver pointed out that “Trump is performing slightly better than last time among college-educated white voters, and he has gained among voters of color, especially Hispanic voters and younger Black voters.”

Silver added:

One last point on where Trump has made gains among Black and Hispanic voters: He has done particularly well with Black and Hispanic men, which might speak to how his campaign has actively courted them. For instance, the Republican National Convention featured a number of Black men as speakers this year. And Politico talked with more than 20 Democratic strategists, lawmakers, pollsters and activists who explained that many Black and Latino men are open to supporting Trump as they think the Democratic Party has taken them for granted.

There maybe something to this minority exit from the Democrat party. According to a poll by NBC News/Marist, Hispanics in key battlegrounds such as Florida are starting to drift towards the Republican’s side. Trump should dial up the nationalism to 11 and continue pushing for immigration restriction and law and order. Nationalist-inclined Hispanics will reward Trump for this.

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