Skip to comments.Virginia Senate: Allen (R) 46%, Kaine (D) 45%
Posted on 04/24/2012 7:13:25 PM PDT by Clintonfatigued
The race for Virginias open U.S. Senate seat is still virtually tied.
The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in Virginia shows Republican George Allen with 46% support to 45% for Democrat Tim Kaine. Four percent (4%) like another candidate in the race, and five percent (5%) are undecided.
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This one remains a close one. Ten years ago, I wouldn’t have worried about the outcome, but Virginia has changed since then.
OMG not Kaine.
Allen hasn't got a chance.
Wow... This one is FAR too close for comfort! The weak nominee at the top of the ticket may pull Allen down, while simultaneously pulling/dragging ol’ cybrow over the finish line. Doesn’t matter. They’ll just get as many votes as needed to put Kaine over the top, after the polls close from those select few precincts in NOVA.
As a senator, he’ll be a total liberal. Hell, just look at how Webb and Warner tow the party line, going far to the Left of the electorate on most issues. Ironic though, how Senator Webb is probably more Conservative than Romney is.... LOL! /cry
Come on man, this race has been very close since the jump, you make it sound like Allen has lost some big lead, this poll reflects no change. And even if Republican turnout in November will be down because of Romney that has no bearing on the results of opinion polls for a Senate race in April.
The establishment is going to pay.
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