She is taking the top spot and Democrats are terrified. Their plan for the November election is about to go up in flames — they never expected this to happen less than two months before Americans go to the ballot box.
According to a new poll conducted by the AARP, Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) has blown past her Democrat rival, Theresa Greenfield. The race for one of Iowa’s U.S. Senate seats is considered a must-win for the GOP to maintain control.
“An AARP poll found that Ernst leads Greenfield 50 to 45 percent among Iowa likely voters,” reported Breitbart this week. “The incumbent Iowa conservative also leads Greenfield 50 to 46 percent among voters ages 50 and older.”
Furthermore, Ernst’s lead is outside “the poll’s 3.5 percent margin of error,” meaning Democrats should be worried. They were hoping to flip the Senate into their hands and that possibility appears even less likely now, thankfully.
In fact, polling numbers nationally and in battleground states are tightening between President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Trump is surging at just the right time while Biden appears to be hitting a plateau.
When Americans vote on November 3, they will have the Democratic Party’s radical agenda in mind — from defunding the police to supporting violent riots, from gutting the Second Amendment to raising taxes, and other items on their Marxist wish list.
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