He and his campaign can also knock on voters’ doors. Lots of them. With two days left before Election Day, the Ossoff campaign has knocked on more than 500,000 voter doors, including 80,000 on Saturday alone. The campaign has six field offices, more than 100 full-time paid staffers, and more than 12,000 active volunteers. The Georgia Democratic Party has focused another 12 full-time staffers solely on minority voter engagement in the district.

An Atlanta-Journal Constitution poll showed that 51 percent of likely voters had been reached directly by the Ossoff campaign, while 32 percent of voters said they’d heard from Handel or her team.

But that same poll also revealed the greatest hurdle Handel faces on Tuesday, and it isn’t Jon Ossoff or his operation. Instead, it is the broad anti-Trump sentiment in the district, including that 35 percent approval rating.

Stuck between an electorate that mostly doesn’t like Trump and a party base that loves the guy, Handel has been forced to tiptoe across a thread-thin Trump high wire. That has meant sticking like glue to the conservative methods and messages that have been winning the district since 1974 and ignoring everything else, including the fact that Trump is the president.

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Trump’s Poll Numbers Crater Even Further As GOP Support Slips

An AP poll confirms Nate Silver’s earlier analysis.

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If the guy at the top can say anything to anybody…. why can’t I?

 

 


Trump’s Poll Numbers Crater Even Further As GOP Support Slips
An AP poll confirms Nate Silver’s earlier analysis.

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Lost amid all the dramatics of Jeff Sessions’ testimony,Trump’s ranting and ravings, and his reported desire to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller, (which we all know he will eventually do), was an AP poll that confirmed Nate Silver’s earlier analysis that Trump’s support among Republicans is beginning to not only slip, but to slip badly.

 

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