Trump appears to be a ‘Yuuuuuuuuuge’ factor in 2022 US Senate race
Meeting Street Insights has released a poll showing that — when people learn President Trump has endorsed Ted Budd — support for Budd grows while the two other major candidates see a decline:
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Interesting. The Trump endorsement of Ted Budd is already defining the NC Senatorial primary, while Lara Trump looming as a possibility in the future just may keep Tillis from going too much off the rails for the next six years.
I am just surprised Pat has a 58% approval rating. That seems high, but I guess as milquetoast as he is he doesn’t really offend but is just incompetent.
Oh, he has offended lots of folks and they will not vote for him because of the things he did. Ask those who drive the toll lane infested I-77, or commercial fishermen, for example. McCrory has worn out his welcome with lots of people who normally vote Republican. That is why he ran a distant third in the straw poll at the state GOP convention. Those who know McCrory and his lousy record best want no part of him.
And don’t forget Governor Pat McCrory sucking up to Nikki Haley by trying to ban those N.C. Sons of Confederate Veterans specialty license plates. Also, I seem to remember Mayor McCrory ignoring a vote of the people and building that new sports facility for his pals at public expense. If my memory serves me, then there’s the appointments; would we call some of them incompetent bad or just RINO like?.
Spot on. McCrory’s attempted cancel culture move against southerners was shot down by the State Senate leadership, but yes, indeed, he did try to cancel the SCV license plates, and it was his effort to jump on Nikki Haley’s RINO cancel culture bandwagon against southern heritage. Somehow it becomes even more offensive when RINOs like Haley and McCrory do it than when socialists do it. And southern heritage voters do not forget these things. Ask former Kentucky GOP Governor Matt Bevin, whose removal of a Jefferson Davis statue cost him enough southern heritage voters to narrowly lose reelection. McCrory is in the same boat, but one has to consider that both McCrory and Bevin are northern transplants, not native southerners. They are tone deaf on these things.
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