LA-06: AnzaloneLiszt Research Polling Shows Cazayoux (D) Beating Jenkins (R)
by DailyKingFish, Tue Apr 15, 2008 at 10:12:19 AM EDT
Bumped from the diaries -- Jonathan... Very exciting stuff. If you want to help out, head over to Act Blue today.
Yesterday, the Cazayoux campaign released the results of a poll it commissioned AnzaloneLiszt Research to do on the LA-06 special general election. Here are the results:
Also, Cazayoux's favorable/unfavorable ratings are 55%/13%, which improved since the March primary, with the favorables increasing by 15%, compared to Woody's 56%/34%, which has remained static over the last month.
Further, the Republican generic ballot advantage in this district is gone ... with voters saying that 43% of them will vote for the Democrat, and 41% of them will vote for the Republican. That means Woody will have to win on his own merits.
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Can you imagine the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina without those agencies? The rebuilding process would have barely started ... housing issues for the working poor would likely be unresolved even more than they are now, small businesses would have a harder time getting back on their feet, and the school system would be a bigger mess than it is now.
But this thing is far from over, as the Freedom Fund, a 527, co-founded by Ari Fleischer, is on the air here in the Louisiana 6th in support of Jenkins, attacking Cazayoux in an effort to drive up his negatives.
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Also, I am doing an interview with Don himself tomorrow, and I have already called for questions ... if you have any questions you'd like asked, let me know. Just be advised that I will not be asking questions on the conservative hot-button issues. I'm looking for questions on the War in Iraq, the mortgage crisis, the economy, unions, the expanding gulf between rich and poor, free trade deals, FISA, bailout of Bear Stearns, and on and on. Just post them here, and I'll check them all out.