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Another Poll Shows Us in The Lead!

Eric Hovde continues to surge in polls.

We’ve got some exciting news. Public Policy Polling (PPP) has released their latest poll in the race for Wisconsin’s open U.S. Senate seat, and with just two weeks to go before Election Day, we’re in the lead!

I am deeply grateful for the support I have received, and the momentum that we have created is showing through in the numbers.

Despite being attacked from every side by my opponents and out-of-state special interest groups with bottomless pockets, we are continuing to surge. My message - that we must defeat the debt, balance the budget, reform our tax code and end cronyism - resonates in every town and with every one that I meet.

Having the courage to stand up for what is right and make the tough decisions is never easy, but it is what our nation needs if we’re ever going to get back on track.

Although we have all the momentum, I still need your help. With just two weeks to go, we are going to keep working to spread our positive message across Wisconsin.

Please, stand with me in our fight to shake up Washington and protect the American Dream for future generations. 

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James R Hoffa August 03, 2012 at 06:45 AM
Always glad to help someone become more informed ;-) http://www.ronjohnson.senate.gov/public/
David Tatarowicz August 03, 2012 at 03:45 PM
@JRH I am very serious about the Carpet Bagging nature of Mr Hovde's run for the Senate --- the Birther part is just a little fun --- remember all the fun the Tea Partiers had with clamoring for Obama's Birth Certificate !!
CowDung August 03, 2012 at 03:56 PM
Keith also fails to make the distinction between Chick-fil-A and the Dixie Chicks situations. When the Dixie Chicks made their comments, the government didn't try to take any action against them. When Mr. Chick-fil-A made his, the mayors of Chicago and Boston decided to abuse their power to make sure that C-f-A wasn't able to expand in their respective cities. It's one thing if private citizens choose to boycott someone because they disagree with the opinions they expressed. It's another thing entirely for the government to take action against someone because of the opinions they express.
skinnyDUDE August 03, 2012 at 04:23 PM
@Cowdung Of course Keith cant make distinctions. He simply rambles on to some other stance in Hypocrisy . He is like Obama only his views evolve every other sentence and our never tied to a logical position. Being Liberal is a mental disorder and Keith is a good poster boy to illustrate it .
$$andSense August 05, 2012 at 06:33 PM
Want a copy of his last letter to me about the fed deficit that took his staff over a year to respond to? No, I don't need your help Goofy Doofy. You are apparently satisfied with mediocrity, lameness and outright corruption as long as it meets your PPP ideals. Just like your handle’s namesake. On second thought, since you are in the help mode. Tell me, if every politician that has run for office over say the last 200 years in the US has taken a campaign oath to lower taxes and cut spending, irregardless of their party, because they all shout the same BS, why is the US gov’t in such dire financial straights? Why has the fed grown into the monster it has become? What are your ideas to cut were you king for a day? Throw your ideas on the table and I will too. Aren’t most politicians just liars, incompetents or gangsters? Before you and your acolytes jump in with the Walker story, stick to the fed.

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