Pro-Trump U.S. Congressional contenders Laura Loomer and Byron Donalds are surging up the polls with Florida primary elections just weeks away.
The Fredericksburg, Va. polling firm, American Liberty Fund (ALF) conducted a poll between July 17 and 23 gauging the relative support of both candidates. The results showed that Loomer is the runaway favorite to win the Republican nomination in Florida’s 21st Congressional district, getting 54 percent support of GOP voters with none of her competitors coming close to her level of support.
Loomer is also very competitive in a head-to-head matchup with incumbent Democrat Lois Frankel, a career politician who has been in office since 2013. In the weighted poll conducted by ALF, Loomer is within the margin of error, trailing Frankel a mere four points. Additionally, Loomer has strong favorability ratings in comparison to Frankel. She has a 35 percent favorability rating with an 11 percent unfavorable rating while Frankel has a 23 percent favorable rating and a 37 percent unfavorable rating.
Big League Politics has reported on how Loomer has consistently defeated Frankel in fundraising despite being choked off of all major social media platforms in a coordinated censorship campaign against her. Loomer’s campaign is showing that a candidate can be competitive and overcome tremendous institutional disadvantages with the right approach and message.
In Florida’s 19th Congressional District, pro-Trump candidate Byron Donalds is quickly surging to front-runner status in a competitive and crowded GOP primary. Donalds, a state representative and proud black conservative, is trailing by five percent and gaining rapidly on the two self-funded candidates currently atop the polls.
Donalds’ momentum has grown following high-profile endorsements from the Club for Growth and the National Rifle Association. He currently has a 36 percent favorable rating, according to the ALF poll. He is hoping that his pro-Trump bonafides will be enough to carry him to the general election in a Congressional seat that is open due to the retirement of incumbent Republican Francis Rooney.
ALF has announced that they are endorsing Loomer and Donalds as well as Amanda Makki in Florida, Lauren Boebert in Colorado, and Tiffany Shedd in Arizona because of the viability and pro-liberty positions of the various candidates.
The Florida primary elections are scheduled to take place on Aug. 18. Loomer’s Republican primary opponents include Christian Acosta, Liz Felton, Aaron Scanlan, Reba Sherrill and Michael Vilardi. Donalds’ Republican primary opponents include Darren Dione Aquino, Casey Askar, Dane Eagle, William Figlesthaler, Randy Henderson, Daniel Kowal, Christy McLaughlin and Dan Severson.
POLL: 59% of American Voters Don’t Expect Biden To Finish Out 2020 Presidential Term
Not exactly a vote of confidence.
New polling from Rasmussen Reports released Monday reveals that a 59% of likely voters don’t expect Democratic nominee to finish out a tentative presidential term in the event he’s elected in November.
A considerable 39% of voters say it’s “very likely” Biden will leave office before completing a full term, and an additional 20% say it’s likely. Even a very strong plurality of Democrats suspect that Biden isn’t going to spend a full term as President, with 49% stating that they expect his Vice President to become President.
73% of Republicans and 57% of independents suspect the same outcome.
Biden’s supporters seem relatively ambivalent about their candidate’s merits, with the notion of simply voting against Trump being enough for the Democrat nominee to secure their support. 45% of all voters described Biden’s imminent choice of a running mate as important to their vote this fall, possibly suggesting that Biden’s vice presidential pick could make or break his candidacy. If Biden chooses someone who the public views as unsuitable for the presidency, it’s unlikely that voters who think he’ll leave office will be enthusiastic about supporting him.
Biden has been consistently questioned for what many are identifying as cognitive decline. The 77-year old former Vice President would be the oldest President to be inaugurated by far, and he has been publicly lukewarm about the hypothetical notion of seeking a second term in office if elected President.
The poll of 1,000 likely voters was conducted between August 6th and 9th.
It seems like the opposite of a sound democratic practice for a major political party to nominate a presidential candidate who is expected to leave office before a full term, but the Democratic Party seems fine with using Biden as a placeholder of sorts for his vice presidential candidate.
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