CUPVF, the affiliated PAC of Citizens United, released a poll today conducted by Wenzel Strategies showing Congressman Steve King leading his potential opponents in the Republican primary for the open U.S Senate seat in Iowa. CUPVF has supported Congressmen King and Latham in past election cycles as well as State Senator Brad Zaun. Citizens United has also worked with FAMiLY Leader President Bob Vander Plaats on a number of projects over the years. The survey included 800 likely Republican Primary voters from February 1-2 with a margin of error of +/- 3.44%.
CUPVF released two polls today conducted by Wenzel Strategies in the battleground states of Ohio and Wisconsin. In Ohio, Governor Mitt Romney is beating President Barack Obama 49% to 46%, and in the Unites States Senate race Josh Mandel is leading incumbent Senator Sherrod Brown 50% to 45%.
In Wisconsin, President Barack Obama has a slight lead over Governor Mitt Romney 49% to 47% and in the U.S. Senate race former Governor Tommy Thompson has a slight lead over Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin 47% to 45%.
Citizens United Political Victory Fund (CUPVF), the affiliated PAC of Citizens United, released polls today conducted by Wenzel Strategies in three U.S. House races showing Congressmen Ben Chandler, Mark Critz, and Mike McIntyre all losing to their Republican challengers in bellwether districts.
CUPVF released a poll today conducted by Wenzel Strategies showing Tom Smith in a statistical tie with Pennsylvania incumbent U.S. Senator Bob Casey. Senator Casey is up by one point 45% to 44%, with Libertarian candidate R.D. Smith at 2.2%, and 8.6% of Pennsylvania voters saying they are not sure. The poll was conducted via telephone interview of likely General Election voters from October 22-23, included 1,000 respondents, and has a 3.07% margin of error.
CUPVF released a poll today conducted by Wenzel Strategies, showing Governor George Allen with a three-point lead over Governor Timothy Kaine 49% to 46% with 5% undecided for the U.S. Senate race in Virginia. In the presidential race, Governor Mitt Romney has opened a two-point advantage over President Barack Obama 49% to 47% with 1% divided between three lesser candidates and 3% undecided in the Old Dominion. The poll was conducted via telephone interview of likely General Election voters from October 19-20, included 1,000 respondents, and has a 3.07% margin of error.
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