Skip to comments.Rasmussen NC Gov : McCrory (R) 49%, Dalton (D) 35%
Posted on 06/27/2012 5:42:05 AM PDT by sunmars
Republican hopeful Pat McCrory now posts a double-digit lead over Democrat Walter Dalton in the race to be North Carolinas next governor.
The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely North Carolina Voters shows McCrory earning 49% support to Daltons 35%. Four percent (4%) prefer some other candidate, while a sizable 12% remain undecided.
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Also, the Demo convention in N.C. has the potential to be a disaster. A lot of candidate no-shows and plenty of freaks outside.
The LSM better be stockpiling lipstick ‘cause that pig’s going to require a ton of it.
With control of the State House and corner office, the GOP should be able to implement enormous changes to benefit North Carolina. Hopefully the new redistricting plan should help rid the state of a few turds as well.
“The LSM better be stockpiling lipstick cause that pigs going to require a ton of it.”
They will make sure it looks like an Obama love fest. They will bus in chicken feed lot workers if they have to, with nary a mention of any absentees.
Pat McCrory is a free-spending Rino that never met a capital project he didn’t support. He wanted Charlotte to have ALL the bells & whistles, including sidewalks on BOTH sides of the street. (Luckily Charlotte ran out of $ before they could pour that much concrete.)
I would love for the Occutards to ruin Barry’s party.
I don’t really expect it, but if it happens I’ll be delighted.
...on strongly dissaprove in the Rasmussen.
Seems to me the whole point of a Dim staying away from the convention is to be seen in his/her own district. It might be fun to scour the local city newspapers to find photos of Dims shaking constituant hands in their own districts, rather than depend on AP/CBS/NBC/MSNBC/ABC/CNN to tell us.
This is encouraging but if the election isn’t until Nov, there’s a long time for the Dems to flip it. Any misstep by the GOP’s McCrory will be magnified 10,000 x’s. Watch for it.
I’ve known Pat since 1975 since our days together at Catawba College. We had many classes together. Even then, it was obvious that he was going to be very successful. I have followed his political career through his 12 years as Mayor of Charlotte and now his 2nd Governor election cycle. Classy guy with a great business mind.
It will be interesting to see how the Obama factor plays across the country many Americans vote against the Dems because of Obama. Will Obama’s shirt tails carry more GOP and conservative candidates into Governors mansions, State AG and State Houses? Obama’s dictatorial behavior could result in at least 8 to 10 years of GOP and conservative control. That will be the time to purge the RINOs.