It was just a couple days ago when I was writing about Montana Gov. Steve Bullock’s horrible week, but speculating that nothing could derail Bullock in his bid to unseat freshman Sen. Steve Daines.
Honestly, there is no good reason why Bullock was elected governor in the first place, nor especially why he was re-elected. Montanans just seem to give a green light to this far-left shill for Chuck Schumer, Barack Obama and Joe Biden. Maybe it’s his personality? Oh wait, he doesn’t have one!
But today a new Emerson Poll was released that has Daines up by six points over Bullock among likely registered voters. This is a sizable shift from a PPP poll from early July that had Bullock up by two. (PPP is a Democrat polling firm so it tends to skew left.)
In addition, the new poll also showed a Republican Greg Gianforte up by nine points over Democrat Mike Cooney, and President Trump holding an 11 point lead over Joe Biden.
Keep your fingers crossed, and tell your friends — only a jackass votes Democrat!
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