Skip to comments.BREAKING: PPP Poll....early voting has Cruz 55%, Dewhurst 40%
Posted on 07/29/2012 7:49:18 PM PDT by ak267
Cruz is up 55-40 with those who already voted so Dewhurst really needs a huge election day turnout to have any chance
31% of Texas runoff voters more likely to support a Palin endorsed candidate to only 16% for one backed by Perry
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I wouldn’t mind seeing Dewhurst forcibly retired. No doubt he’d make millions lobbying though like Lloyd Bensen.
I will be voting Cruz on Tues.
Woo-Hoo. GO TED GO!
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Our family voted for Cruz. I have worked during several elections last year and this year in our Precinct and I don’t recall ever seeing as many people vote in our area since the last Presidential election as in this runoff.
During the primary this year we had 42 people over a 5 day span. Had almost 200 just last Friday afternoon and a steady stream the entire week. Particularly interesting because the predictions were for a very low turnout in our area. Looking forward to seeing final totals.
That's their problem.
They can whine about being booted out of office by the nasty tea-partiers as they sip their drinks at the country club.
Where are all the DOOHurtz clowns? They used to try and dominate these threads...
WIN IT TED !!
Voting for Cruz on Tuesday as well. As far as anecdotal evidence goes, I see mostly Dewhurst ads on tv but I see way more Cruz signs in people’s yards. In fact, I have only seen 1 Dewhurst sign in someone’s yard. I live in east Dallas county.
This is good news.
Now we need him retired in 2014
It is far worse for dohurtus. You have to be a brain dead blithering idiot to talk to an exit poller. If they approach me they quickly cower because my vote is my business and the shall go away. Liberals will stand and be emasculated by these jack asses. So, in effect, the conservatives are punching these guys out and the liberal dohurtus people are babbling like high school girls — like.
That means dohurtus is getting politically slaughtered.
Same here. We live in a very conservative area of Travis county and I have seen one - ONE - sign for do do hurst, and a BUNCH for Cruz. I hope Ted kicks the do do out of do do.
That’s good news, but I figured Cruz voters to be more enthused and more early voters. But I DO hope it holds up!
I hope that the poll data is correct. Dewhurst has really worked my nerves with his gross mud-slinging. Does he even HAVE a record he can run on!???
Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition
Shades of schadenfreude.
Hello Texas Freepers,
So glad to see your state backing a conservative and I have some questions for you.
Has Tokyo Rove been seen trashing Cruz yet? What are the chances the Texas RINOs and GOP-e will start talking up the dem candidate when Dewhurst is beaten?
He's waiting until Cruz has a rat opponent -- just like he did with Christine.
Well at least, if you have noticed, the only GOPe I see sticking their head out for Dewpiss is Perry.
I have not seen or heard any current RINO’s in the senate
supporting Dewpiss. Even the John Cornyn, who supported
Crist and Lugar, hasn’t said a word.
Maybe he knows his and the rest of the GOP RINO’s are next.
Where are all the DOOHurtz clowns?
Dewpiss campaign has cut their budget.
These clowns are off the Payroll now.
Precinct 373 is probably 75% + conservative. We have to go through Williamson county if coming from Austin to get here. A dim could not be elected as dog pooper scooper here.
It will be interesting to see the results come Tuesday night. I suspect the Cruz voters are more entergized but turnout in the in person/mail ballot early vote in the largest 15 counties is down some 100,000 voters over the primary totals. Travis county has just over 16,000 for the run off as opposed to about 17,500 for the primary.
I don’t know if you’ve heard the ads Grady Yarbrough (d) is running, but he doesn’t have a chance. At the end, he states that he is for the dream act and wants it extended to parents of dream act students.