Flake Is The Last To Know: Sunday’s Comic

The weekend, when Sen. Jeff Flake told a attendees at a Payson-area event that he “was born and raised in this area, and I will probably die here,” one attendee turned to another and said, “he already has…”

Flake Future Is Dim, Ward, Sinema Could Defeat Him

A small statewide Arizona survey of 400 likely Arizona 2018 General Election voters shows Republican incumbent Senator Jeff Flake twelve points behind his primary Republican opponent Kelli Ward and eight points behind prospective Democratic opponent U.S. Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema (D, AZ-9).

Q. If the primary election for United States Senate were held today, would you vote for [Rotate] Jeff Flake or Kelli Ward?

28.2% Jeff Flake
42.5% Kelli Ward
5.1% Some other candidate
24.2% Don’t know, Refused

Q. If the General Election for United States Senate were held today, would you vote for [Rotate] Jeff Flake or Kyrsten Sinema?

32.5% Jeff Flake
40.5% Kyrsten Sinema
27.0% Don’t know, Refused

4 Comments on "Flake Is The Last To Know: Sunday’s Comic"

  1. The Oracle of Tucson | September 3, 2017 at 1:03 am |

    Funny, once upon a time little Jeffy was a winner, but now the words Flake and loser are synonymous.
    Perhaps Flake can still rescue his impressive political future and secure a membership on his HOA board.
    Adios Dumbass…

    The Oracle

  2. Flake will know when little Johnnie tells him. Without his benefactor around the Flakster is toast.

  3. Jerome R Petruk | September 3, 2017 at 3:49 pm |

    Friends. Get this STRAIGHT! If Sinema becomes the Democrats candidate and Flake wins the Republican nomination… Sinema WILL be 400 percent more socialist than any previous Senator from Arizona! She poses as a moderate, but in truth, she’s another tenured university professor advocating for socialism over individual freedom and opportunity.

    • Agreed Jerome, that’s why we CAN’T let Flake be the nominee. And we have to make certain that the Commie witch gets her but spanked (maybe not, she might like it!) in the General Election.

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