(R) Mike Pence 54%
(D) John Gregg 41%
(L) Rupert Boneham 5%
I think Pence might be a notch below at 53%. Possibly Rupert (I shall use his first name as, like Oprah, that is how he's known) might get some Democratic crossover (in addition to typical Republican crossover for the Libertarian) to hit 6%. I'm comfortable though with Gregg at 41%. I think the Democrat is definitely looking at the low 40s.
|Congressman Mike Pence|
Meanwhile, Mike Pence has run a strong, picture perfect campaign. But then again, he hasn't really been challenged.
I can't finish though without mentioning the fine campaign Rupert ran. He showed himself to be a person of energy and worthwhile ideas. Hopefully a Governor Pence will make room in his administration for his ideas on criminal justice reform. During the debates, Pence showed some interest in addressing this issue raised so knowledgeably by Rupert during the campaign.
Gregg is showing absolute desperation by trying to link Mourdock to the Governor’s race.
Independent, if Gregg would have ran a better campaign, he wouldn't have to use that strategy.
I wonder how much more of their unwanted junk mail will be lying on my foyer floor tonight?
I'm sick of their commercials, sick of their twisted lies, and sick of their hypocrisy.
I'm not voting for a single one of them.
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