Skip to comments.Johnson leads Thune 45-42 in S.D. (my title)
Posted on 11/01/2002 4:34:50 PM PST by Gunder
Johnson versus Thune, Daschle versus Bush, Democrat versus Republican control of the United States Senate; there are several reasons why the country's watching South Dakota voters.
To no one's surprise, this race is still too close to call, it's within the tight margin of error. However, in our latest scientific poll Johnson is maintaining a slight edge.
It's crunch time. With just three days until the election, both Tim Johnson and John Thune are vying for more votes. Each handshake could be the difference, that's how close the race for South Dakota's Senate seat is.
According to the KELOLAND News Election poll, 45 percent of registered South Dakota voters would pick the Democratic incumbent. 42 percent would choose the Republican Representative. Senator Johnson's 3-point lead is the same as it was in our early October poll.
(Excerpt) Read more at keloland.com ...
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