Elder Patriot – North Dakota’s Republican challenger to incumbent Democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp has catapulted into a 10-point lead (51-41%) in the latest poll conducted by Strategic Research Associates, LLC.
Significantly, this puts Republican Representative Kevin Cramer over the 51% threshold that guarantees victory – even if all of the remaining undecideds broke for Heitkamp.
A poll conducted by Fox News in early September, prior to Christine Blasey-Ford’s allegations surfacing, showed the race in a statistical dead heat.
Keep in mind this latest SRA poll was conducted between September 17th to 27th, a period when accuser Christine Blasey-Ford was enjoying the full weight of her allegations relentlessly repeated by the mainstream media.
It wasn’t until late in the afternoon of the poll’s final day that President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was given a chance to defend himself.
It was also when Chairman Charles Grassley leveled his own allegations against corrupt Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein for orchestrating, along with the radical left wing activist attorneys that she recommended Ford engage, what voters overwhelmingly see as a national disgrace. (prompt to 4:20)
And, it was also the day that Lindsey Graham went on a tirade, warning against ever handing power over to this group of Democrats again.
He stopped short of call them Bolsheviks or Marxists, or referring to their tactics as Stalinist, but everyone knew where he was going.
The poll found that the confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh is the single most important issue to North Dakotans, by nearly double the next two issues combined.
In another question that SRA poll asked, 60% of the likely voters in North Dakota said they supported the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court while only 27% said they were opposed.
As we’ve reported previously, the Dems, whether through desperation or miscalculation, have embarked on a suicide course. The guess here is President Trump’s amazing record of delivering on his promises have left them without any real options on which to run against him, or candidates who support him.
In 2016, President Trump swept the state’s three electoral college votes by a 36-point margin.