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Oregon Governorship, A Race To Watch
« on: April 03, 2018, 01:55:20 PM »


Sam Carpenter is on a mission to Make Oregon Great Again. The self made businessman is capitalizing on the Trump momentum, even marketing “Make Oregon Great Again” hats in the style of University of Oregon Ducks and Oregon State University Beavers for his campaign for Governor. In a state where Trump lost bigly, and where democrats have held the governor’s seat since 1987, the latest polls show Carpenter leading incumbent democrat Kate Brown by 5.3 points, 45.8% to 40.5%, with 13.6% undecided.

The poll also showed Carpenter performing best of the three candidates one-on-one against incumbent Governor Kate Brown. In this hypothetical matchup, Carpenter defeats Brown by over 5 points, 45.8% to 40.5%. “These numbers dispel the decades-old myth that it takes a moderate Republican who panders to the Portland elite to win,” said Carpenter. “We are winning this primary race by energizing the conservative Republican base and speaking for all of Oregon.”

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http://thegatewaypundit.com/2018/04/moga-trump-style-candidate-beating-dems-in-oregon-governor-poll/?omhide=true

The Republican primary is May 15.

Highlights of a deeper analysis of the latest poll include:

In a period of just four weeks, Knute Buehler fell by 8 points, while Sam gained over 5 points. This is a 13-point swing in less than four weeks, putting the Carpenter campaign into a slight lead – 23.1% to 22.9%!

Over the same period, Greg Wooldridge’s campaign has surprisingly crashed and burned. Wooldridge’s support has been cut in half, down to just 4%.

There is another part of our strategy that has also worked out as-planned. Instead of focusing on fund-raising over these past six months, Sam has spent his time talking with voters – individually and in groups – sharing a consistent message of principled, pragmatic conservatism. Republican voters want to see a candidate who is pro-life, who will defend the right to keep and bear arms, who opposes sanctuary state status, and who supports our President, Donald Trump. See where Sam stands on the issues – Sam IS the conservative candidate who represents real Republican values, and all of the great Oregonians who share them.

So, since early September, Sam has expended the majority of his time in communicating one-on-one with Oregon voters. We estimate that over this period, he’s made personal connections with over 100,000 individual Republican voters.

The polling shows that voters are responding well to Sam’s open communication, transparency, and willingness to engage.
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Re: Oregon Governorship, A Race To Watch
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2018, 02:26:58 PM »
There's another factor playing against the Marxist Governor. She wants a broad reaching weapons ban and confiscation.
Looks like Oregon may be going Red. :thumbsup:

http://oregonvotes.org/irr/2018/043text.pdf
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Re: Oregon Governorship, A Race To Watch
« Reply #2 on: April 03, 2018, 03:28:32 PM »
There's another factor playing against the Marxist Governor. She wants a broad reaching weapons ban and confiscation.
Looks like Oregon may be going Red. :thumbsup:

http://oregonvotes.org/irr/2018/043text.pdf


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