Ohio Poll: Stratton pulls ahead in KEY Supreme Court Race
According to an Ohio Poll released Wednesday, Oct. 23, Justice Evelyn Stratton has stretched out to a 38 percent to 31 percent lead over her opponent for the Nov. 5 election with 30 percent undecided.
In previous polls, the candidates were shown in a statistical dead heat, but the majority of voters had yet to form an opinion. As more and more people are informed, this poll suggests they are deciding for Stratton.
In the other race for Supreme Court, current Lieutenant Governor Maureen O’Connor leads Tim Black with 58 percent of likely voters saying they will vote for O’Connor, while 23 percent say they will vote for Black.
Read the full story from the Ohio News Network.
Commentary by Chad D. Baus:
This new data likely explains the recent decision among liberals to "go negative", as their own internal polling must reflect this trend as well.
This is not the time to become complacent! Expect more dirty tricks as desperation sets in. Do everything you can to help the 30% still undecided make the right decision!
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