By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog
Consider the source, Save Jerseyans, but the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) believes their polling verifies the effectiveness of its multi-million dollar NJ-03 smear campaign. My words, not the DCCC’s.
Details: the results of an internal DCCC poll obtained by CQ Roll Call put the race to succeed Jon Runyan at 43% to 42% in Aimee Belgard’s favor, representing the first time that she’s led any survey, public or internal.
This automated survey polled 603 likely voters between 9/27 and 9/28. The margin of error was 4-points. Two weeks ago, prior to the first debate (which I doubt next to anyone saw since it was on NJTV in the middle of a weekday), the DCCC said MacArthur had a 3-point lead.
Debate #2 is scheduled for this Thursday evening, October 2nd at William Allen Middle School in Moorestown.