Gary Black leads in the race for the GOP Agriculture Commissioner nomination but 76% are undecided. Also, 3/4 of Georgians support a proposal to strengthen anti-cockfighting laws.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
A new InsiderAdvantage/RosettaStone poll conducted on 2/10/2010 of 580 likely Republican Primary voters shows Gary Black leading Darwin Carter by a 2 to 1 margin, although 76% of the Republican Primary voters currently are undecided.
In 2008 the Georgia legislature closed loopholes in Georgia’s dog fighting law by passing a bill that banned possession of a dog for the purposes of fighting and knowingly attending a dog fight. The legislature currently is considering closing similar loopholes in the state’s cockfighting law. A poll conducted on 2/10/2010 of 1,235 registered Georgia voters regarding this proposal to close the loopholes in the state’s cockfighting laws is supported by a staggering 75% of Georgia voters. Among Republican Primary voters, 81% support this legislation. Georgia’s Agriculture Commission candidates should take heed of these numbers — as animal issues such as euthanasia and so-called puppy mills have recently gotten wide attention in the media.
Republican Primary For Agriculture Commissioner
Gary Black – 16%
Darwin Carter – 8%
Undecided – 76%
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