Big names weigh in on final unresolved US Senate election

ㅤ"Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith faces Democrat Mike Espy in a Nov. 27 runoff in the final unresolved U.S. Senate race this year.
ㅤTrump tweeted Monday: ‘@cindyhydesmith loves Mississippi and our Great U.S.A.’ The President will hold two rallies in Mississippi the evening before the election.’"

Full story at The Washington Times. Posted here on 11/19/18. See "cindy hyde-smith, mike espy, senate race, mississippi."

Poll: Republican McSally Takes Commanding 7-Point Lead Over Democrat Sinema in Arizona

ㅤ"A new poll from OH Predictive Insights and ABC15 Arizona (ABC15/OHPI) shows Republican Martha McSally steadily leading Democrat Kyrsten Sinema in the Arizona United States Senate race.
ㅤMcSally currently holds a seven point lead over Sinema, 52 percent to Sinema’s 45 percent. Two percent are still undecided and one percent support Green candidate Angela Green."

Full story at Breitbart. Posted here on 11/1/18. See "mcsally, sinema, arizona, senate race."

Poll: Republican Josh Hawley Surging in Final Weeks of Missouri Senate Election

ㅤ"A Missouri Scout survey released on Saturday found that Hawley leads Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) by four points—49 to 45 percent—in the contentious Missouri Senate race. Three percent of voters remain undecided, while the poll has a 2.6 percent margin of error, giving Hawley a stronger lead over McCaskill.
ㅤA Missouri Scout poll released last week found that Hawley led McCaskill by one point—47 to 46 percent—which shows a net gain of three points for the Missouri conservative in the final weeks of the Missouri Senate race."

Full story at Breitbart. Posted here on 10/28/18. See "missouri, josh hawley, claire mccaskill, senate race."

Poll: Nelson, Scott running neck-and-neck in Florida Senate race

ㅤ"Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) and Gov. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) are running neck-and-neck in the Sunshine State’s widely watched Senate race, according to a new WCTV poll released Thursday.
ㅤNelson, who is seeking his fourth term in the Senate, has support from 46 percent of Florida likely voters, while 45 percent support Scott. That edge is within the poll’s 3 point margin of error.
ㅤBoth candidates have net-positive favorability ratings, with likely voters finding Nelson favorable by a 43-41 margin with 11 percent neutral and five percent who are unfamiliar with the senator. Likely voters find Scott favorable by a 45-41 margin with 11 percent neutral and four percent unfamiliar with the governor."

Full story at The Hill. Posted here on 10/25/18. See "rick scott, florida, senate race."

Poll: Dem Stabenow has 9-point lead over Republican James in Michigan Senate race

ㅤ"Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) holds a 9-point lead over Republican challenger John James in Michigan’s Senate race, according to a new poll that shows a tightening race. In a previous poll released in September, Stabenow had a 13-point lead.
ㅤSteve Mitchell, President of Mitchell Research and Communications, said the new polling signals a tightening race and shows the impact of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s contentious confirmation process.
ㅤMitchell added that Stabenow is still ‘in a good position. ‘However the race is tightening and with a month to go, a great deal can happen. … This race is far from over at this time.’"

Full story at The Hill. Posted here on 10/11/18. See "michigan, senate race."