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E. W. Jackson Money Bomb

By Greg L | 25 October 2013 | Virginia Politics | 10 Comments

E. W. Jackson is a fearless conservative, and he can use your help in the home stretch to get his message out.  Go to his website right now and pitch in what you can.

Polls have been consistently showing this race as being a toss-up and your help can make the difference.  Perhaps the best part of a Jackson victory would be that establishment wouldn’t ever be able to claim that we must to nominate more mushy, milquetoast moderates if Republican candidates are ever going to win.

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  1. Scout said on 25 Oct 2013 at 4:40 pm:
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    Which polls have been consistently showing this race as a toss-up? I’ve seen at least a few that indicate that the Reverend Mr. Jackson is pretty far back.

  2. Jason said on 25 Oct 2013 at 9:24 pm:
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    Most polls show this as a margin of error race. CNU is the only outlier putting it anywhere else. This one’s going to be close!

  3. Scout said on 29 Oct 2013 at 5:56 am:
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    I sense that it will not be close. However, Jason’s comment raises the valid point (at least by implication) that there haven’t been many polls published on this race. I’m sure there are some internal polls available to each campaign, and I suspect they are not particularly encouraging for Jackson. However, most of the public polling data tends to be for the top spot and for the AG race (which really is close, at least in the polls).

  4. JMACSr said on 29 Oct 2013 at 6:40 am:
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    Tuesday Washington Post poll puts the Dems with a 12 point advantage for governor and lt. Governor.
    Good luck with overcoming that. Bottom line is that social conservatives are now in a miniority in Virginia, and if they want to ever see the statehouse again they need to expand their horizon to include issues that a MAJORITY of Virginia voters agree with them on.

  5. Luke said on 29 Oct 2013 at 12:38 pm:
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    It’s really a math problem. The social conservatives have painted themselves into a corner.

    They need to take up mainstream issues that reflect the majority of Virginians.

  6. Kenny C. said on 29 Oct 2013 at 2:12 pm:
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    “Polls have been consistently showing this race as being a toss-up”
    What sort of credibility is left for you, Greg, when you write something like that? Are you working for EW? He wouldn’t work with the party, he wouldn’t use professional campaign staff, he lied about his upbringing. No one has ever thought this race was a toss-up. Where do you get that from?

  7. JMACSr said on 29 Oct 2013 at 3:21 pm:
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    Northam is well thought of by Republicans in his current state senatorial district…. and I know many who will vote for him. Later polls are showing over half the Virginia independent voters are now against tea party….
    You over reached, zealots, and now you’re going to be gone. Good riddance.

  8. Greg L said on 29 Oct 2013 at 8:18 pm:
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    Polls are all over the place. I haven’t much insight into which ones are more accurate, but the one that counts is on November 5th.


  9. Scout said on 29 Oct 2013 at 9:33 pm:
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    12 points is a “toss-up” in the world of this site. Seems pretty damn close to me. MOE, if you have incompetent pollsters. Maybe they got the polling data reversed.

  10. Scout said on 8 Nov 2013 at 7:10 pm:
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    That was a cliff-hanger,wasn’t it? A few votes either way could have made all the difference. It might have helped if Jackson had just been more conservative.

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