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NHDP - In Case You Missed It: Four Polls In Four Days Show Shaheen With Steady Lead 

Manchester, NH--In case you missed it, four polls released since Monday have shown Jeanne Shaheen with a steady lead over Scott Brown. In all the polling, Scott Brown was viewed negatively compared to Shaheen, further proving that voters here in New Hampshire don’t trust him and are still questioning his motives to move here from Massachusetts.

On Tuesday, the crowd at the NECN debate in Concord laughed at Brown when he tried to explain his reasoning for moving to New Hampshire after losing his race in Massachusetts.  The crowd also laughed at Brown when he falsely claimed he never voted to outsource jobs.

To date, Scott Brown and his Wall Street, Big Oil have spent more than $12 million against Senator Shaheen.

Suffolk: Shaheen leads 49-46. Brown’s favorability in the survey is negative 9, while Shaheen’s is plus 7. 

UMass/WBZ: Shaheen leads 48-45. Brown’s favorability is negative 13, Shaheen’s is plus 6.

PPP: Shaheen leads 49-45. Brown’s favorability is negative 4, Shaheen’s is plus 5.

CNN: Shaheen leads 49-47. Brown’s favorability is negative 2, Shaheen’s is plus 7. 


NHDP - ICYMI: Shaheen Leads Brown in Latest Poll

Brown’s Favorability Still Underwater

Manchester, NH— Despite millions in negative and false attacks from his Wall Street and Big Oil allies, Jeanne Shaheen is still leading Scott Brown 49-45% in a Public Policy Polling poll released today. The poll also showed more people still view Scott Brown unfavorably than favorably by four percentage points. 

This is the third poll in recent days that shows Senator Shaheen leading Brown. To view a pdf version of the poll, click here.

TALKING POINTS MEMO: Poll: Shaheen Maintains Modest Lead Over Brown In New Hampshire
OCTOBER 22, 2014, 3:59 PM EDT

Incumbent Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) still leads former Sen. Scott Brown (R-MS) in the New Hampshire Senate race, according to a Public Policy Polling poll sponsored by the League of Conservation Voters released on Wednesday.

Among likely voters, 49 percent said they supported Shaheen and 45 percent said they supported Brown.

Shaheen has held at least a small lead in most polls since the beginning of the race, though her lead has narrowed since June. In the last PPP poll released in September found Shaheen with a 6-point lead.

According to TPM's Polltracker average, Shaheen leads Brown by 3.4 points.

Garcia For Congress (CD2) - ICYMI: RCP Shifts NH02 to "Toss Up" 

In case you missed it, Real Clear Politics has shifted New Hampshire’s Second Congressional District from “Leans Democrat” to “Toss Up.” This change comes after numerous recent polls show Marilinda Garcia within the margin of error or ahead of incumbent Ann Kuster.  This further proves that momentum is clearly with Marilinda as Election Day rapidly approaches. 

To read further analysis on the race, click here.
Kenny Cunningham
Communications Director
Marilinda Garcia for Congress

NHDP - ICYMI: Jeanne Shaheen Leads Scott Brown 50-44 

ICYMI: Jeanne Shaheen Leads Scott Brown 50-44 

Manchester, NH - In case you missed it, new polling shows Jeanne Shaheen leading Scott Brown by six points, 50-44. 

Key Takeaways:  "The survey, obtained by CQ Roll Call, found the Democrat ahead 50 percent to 44 percent against former Sen. Scott P. Brown, R-Mass."

"According to a polling memo, it found Shaheen with a 7-point net favorable rating, while Brown’s was 7 points underwater. The senator led by 15 points among women and by 7 points among independents, while Brown led by 4 points among men. The incumbent also led by 33 points on the question of which candidate 'is committed to New Hampshire.'”


"The poll of 600 likely voters was taken Oct. 7-9 and had a 4-point margin of error. Voters were interviewed on both landline and mobile phones."

"The New Hampshire Senate race is rated Leans Democratic by the Rothenberg Political Report/Roll Call."

To read the full write-up of the poll, click HERE


ALG's Daily Grind - A Republican rout in the Senate?  


Oct. 9, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds granted.

A Republican rout in the Senate?
An unpopular president in his sixth year in office typically does not do well in the midterms, anyway, but 2014 on paper has all the makings of a rout. A look into some of the key races.

Cartoon: Obola

Predicted failure of Obamacare co-ops
The first shoe to drop in an impending Obamacare funding grant scandal was heard in New York this week, where the Freelancers Union, which received a $340 million health insurance co-op grant from the Administration in 2012, announced that they were no longer going to provide health insurance.

Karlgaard: America's missing wealth
Study: "[I]t's been runaway federal regulation that's crimped U.S. growth by the year and utterly smashed it over two generations."