Skip to comments.Brickley: ‘Poll Confirms What We’ve Been Seeing’
Posted on 10/07/2010 3:39:04 PM PDT by JSDude1
Ann Brickley, the Republican candidate in Connecticuts first congressional district, is electrifying the conservative blogosphere with news that she is behind Congressman John Larson by only seven points in a recent poll.
Weve been saying for quite some time that the seat is competitive, Brickley tells Battle 10. So competitive, in fact, that Larson has actually been campaigning. He was at the Cromwell River Fest; they said hes never attended that event as a matter of fact, says Brickley.
If elected, Brickleys priority would be to stop all this wasteful spending. She thinks that the GOPs Pledge to America is a really good first step toward this goal but that it needs to go further: We need an end to earmarks. I think there ought to be term limits too.
...Were also filming a TV ad but we havent made a decision based on the cost of that, Brickley adds. If the results based on the poll help us make more money, well be airing an ad.
We need an end to earmarks. I think there ought to be term limits too.
I love it!
I wish they would do a poll here in VA for Bobby Scott’s seat. Chuck Smith is trying to unseat him. I’m not seeing any signs for Bobby Scott, so maybe he’s getting complacent and the African-American Republican can sneak up and beat him. I know my daughter lives in that district and she is so excited to have a choice finally. When we lived there, I always left it blank, because no one would run against him. He was one of the main reasons that I wanted to move out of that district.
thanks for the hotlink. I couldn’t remember how to do it.
Connecticut. Thanks JSDude1.
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Thanks for the heads up on this one, Clintonfatigued... great news!
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