Latest Updates |
(See all)

Press Releases

Ilario Pantano Near 50 Percent Of GOP Primary Vote In NC-7 According To CUPVF Poll

3/12/2012 10:11:56 AM

Citizens United Political Victory Fund (CUPVF), the affiliated PAC of Citizens United, released a poll conducted by Wenzel Strategies showing 2010 nominee Ilario Pantano winning 46.8% of the Republican Primary vote in North Carolina’s 7th Congressional District contest. The automated poll was conducted from March 7-9, and included 755 respondents and has a 3.54% margin of error. Click here for polling memo.

“Ilario Pantano is closing in on a majority of the Republican Primary vote, with early voting set to start in nearly a month,” said David N. Bossie, President of Citizens United. “Ilario Pantano is a constitutional conservative who will help break the failed status quo of Washington politics. As a combat veteran, Pantano has served his country with honor. I look forward to Ilario Pantano coming to Congress next year and restoring honor to Washington.”

Ilario Pantano is one of 18 veterans and active military personnel being supported by CUPVF during the 2011-2012 election cycle. CUPVF takes great pride in its support of our men and women in uniform.

Poll Results by Wenzel Strategies:

Ballot Test
Pantano – 46.8%
Rouzer – 23.4%
Crow – 2.3%
Undecided – 27.5%


  
    

CUPVF In The News

NewsMax: Trump-Backed Candidate Wins NY GOP Primary

New York state Sen. Lee Zeldin, Donald Trump's choice in...

Newsday: 1st C.D. - Trump on the stump for Zeldin

George Demos may have ex Gov. George Pataki and ex-Mayor...

Breitbart.com: Poll: McDaniel Opens 12-Point Lead Over Cochran

BILOXI, Mississippi -- A new poll shows conservative state Sen....

Alabama.com: Gary Palmer Gains Endorsement of Citizens United In 6th District Race

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – Earlier this week, Alabama 6th Congressional district...

© 2014 - Citizens United Political Victory Fund - 202-547-1249
1006 Pennsylvania Ave SE - Washington, DC 20003

 

Paid for by Citizens United Political Victory Fund and not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee. Federal law prohibits CUPVF from soliciting donations from sources other than its members and executive or administrative personnel and their families. Contributions received from other sources will be returned to the donor. Contributions to CUPVF are not tax deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.