Senator Claire McCaskill’s announcement that she will vote against Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court is hurting her among her voters in Missouri. From Townhall.com:
A new poll by Remington Research Group found that of the 1,555 likely Missouri voters surveyed late last week, 48 percent said they were planning to vote for Republican candidate Josh Hawley while 46 percent said they planned to vote for McCaskill.
When asked if McCaskill’s opposition to Kavanaugh affected their voting decision, 49 percent said it made them less likely to vote for the Democratic senator, while only 42 percent it made them more likely to vote for her.
Democrat Senator Heidi Heitkmap is faring even worse according to the latest poll in North Dakota. She is losing by 10 points, 51% to 41%, with Republican Kevin Cramer in the lead.
According to the poll, 60% of the North Dakota voters support the confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh. Heitkamp is in big trouble if she doesn’t vote to support Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination. More on the poll here, here and here.
Surprisingly the Republican candidate for New Jersey Senate, Bob Hugin, is in a dead heat with incumbent Democrat Sen. Bob Menendez. More here.
Democrats shot themselves in the foot with the terrible way they handled the nomination of Judge Kavanaugh.