|Rep. Kelly Townsend has been outspoken about Biggs’ bullying|
Andy Biggs bullying ways have finally caught up with him and now outsider Christine Jones has surged into the lead in Arizona’s 5th Congressional District race. With only two weeks until early voting begins for the primary election, Biggs is not winning new friends.
In a survey conducted on July 19 of 408 likely Republican primary voters, undecided voters have dropped 26 percentage points since the last poll conducated on June 2. Despite the competition seen in the June 2 poll, the race has tightened up and Christine Jones now sits atop of the respective Republican field, ahead her nearest competitor by 7 percentage points.
“Within the last seven weeks Christine Jones came from almost last place to now leading one of the most sought-after congressional seats in the country,” Mike Noble, Pollster & Managing Partner of OH Predictive Insights, said. “This is an election cycle unlike any other and Christine Jones is a perfect example of why this cycle may be forever referred to as, ‘The Year of the Outsider.’”
“When it comes to the battle of the faith vote Andy Biggs and Don Stapley garned just over half of the LDS demographic. Christine Jones made significant improvement in the other non-LDS religious communities,” Noble added.
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