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    • Ambernappe says:

      If there must be a runoff, I would choose Handel-Chapman, the most honest of the bunch.

    • Icarus says:

      You guys wondered what would happen if Austin Scott got out of the race.

      Nothing.

      If Chapman gets out?

      Nothing.

      Now, if Ox, Deal, Handel, Otis Putnam, Roy Barnes, Thurbert Baker, Poythress if he’s even still running, Magum’s stache, Judson Hill’s hair, Miss Angela’s Vote or Die rap, and Peach Pundit all get out, well then….

      Nope. Still got nuttin.

        • Icarus says:

          If Randall Mangum’s Stache, Judson Hill’s hair, and Thurbert’s rug all back out, I’m pretty sure Georgia becomes a territory like Guam, and then we probably cap-SIZE.

      • acoalson says:

        Props to Icarus for reminding us of the epic battle between Mangum’s mustache and Judson Hill’s hair.

        There should be a youtube video of that…

    • macho says:

      Where would Chapman be if Johnson got out of the race. They’ve pretty much been neck-in-neck throughout this campaign.

    • Debra says:

      Don’t think that Eric would get many of Jeff’s supporters. They may both be from South Ga, but politically they are very different. Eric has chosen to allow the Reynolds into his campaign and if he wins, the people of Georgia will be the ones to pay for it. I am a Jeff Chapman supporter and would never vote for Eric.

  1. I Am Jacks Post says:

    So a little over a month ago the same IA poll had Ox at 23, Deal at 15, and Handel at 14. A month later, after dealing with a month of absolutely brutal press, Handel climbs, but Deal drops and Ox drops?? And Ox has been on TV for two weeks.

    These numbers defy logic. But this is Towery we’re talking about.

    • Buzzfan says:

      And Ox has been on TV for two weeks.

      And here I was considering this ↑ to be a contributing factor to Ox’ decline :-Þ.

    • bowersville says:

      “…after dealing with a month of absolutly brutal press, Handel climbs….”

      I ask again as asked about forever ago, How’d that Handel bashing workout for Bill Stephens?

      I’ll add one more question, How’d that $20MM worth of TV ads work out for Roy Barnes 8 years ago? If they know who you are and don’t like you, no amount of TV will change a thing other than make more people like you less.

      Before too much is read into the 8 years ago for Roy Barnes, people have a tendancy to forgive and move on. Take nothing for granted.

    • macho says:

      What’s interesting is Towery is aligned with Ox and Johnson, so he appears to be showing some objectivity in his polling.

  2. For the record, I take issue with the title of the post which implies that Karen Handel “caught up” with the Ox when her numbers haven’t changed since the last poll. It’s just been one big Oxen-drop in the polls. I won’t be surprised if he is in single digits in the final results.

    • polisavvy says:

      We can all hope you are correct about The Ox. At least his ad will quit appearing on TV two or three times an hour.

    • ready2rumble says:

      Kyle,
      If you look at Jason’s chart you will see that Handel has gained 4 points since the last IA poll. IAJP also points that out.

      • I was just talking about all the polls. She was stagnant from the last poll to this one. I think she’s topped off now. The questions are: how far will Ox and Deal fall? And will EJ be able to gain enough to surge to second place?

    • B Balz says:

      Gee thanks, I cleaned up the coffee spilled from laughing at Buzzfan’s comment, and now this:

      one big Oxen-drop

      Funny!

  3. polisavvy says:

    I think that the 34% undecided with three weeks until the election makes this race still anybody’s game (well, except for a couple of candidates).

    • Very true. But I think that a lot of the undecideds won’t even get out to vote (just echoing what Matt Towery said). It’s going to come down to whether or not enough of the undecideds go to one camp or another.

      • polisavvy says:

        True, too. I just wonder how many of them will be either swayed or turned off by some of the ads. I fear a fairly low turnout. Wish I knew which candidate (if any) would benefit the most by a low turnout. Any idea?

        • McBerry has a dedicated group of supporters so his percentage will be inflated if there is low turnout anywhere.

          If there is low turnout in South GA, Deal will benefit. If there is low turnout in the Atlanta-Metro area, Johnson and Chapman will benefit. If there is low turnout in North GA, Johnson and Chapman will benefit (Johnson will benefit more than Chapman). If there is low turnout everywhere outside of the Atlanta-metro area, Ox and Handel will benefit.

    • polisavvy says:

      He is really? That’s kind of surprising to me (not sure why I’m surprised). When is Handel going to start ads on television?

    • macho says:

      Didn’t Deal give his campaign one of those fake personal loans to puff up the disclosure number?

    • ReaganRepublican says:

      Deal will be up on TV soon. Nowhere close to broke. Ready to win this thing with surprising ease.

  4. bwjohnson83 says:

    This poll is just terrible. Oxendine/Handel/Johnson all have spent bunches of money and have barely moved.

    34% undecided means that either voters just don’t care or haven’t seen anything they really like yet.

    I’m voting for Chapman. Too bad he doesn’t have a million to put out a mailer. With his record and lack of ethics and moral quesitons it’d be a win. Maybe not. Seems like no one can gain any ground.

    I think Chapman is the overall best candidate. People like to bash him because he’s not one of the big three or four.

      • Fred Smulavich says:

        Here’s the thing Icarus, if you’ll admit he’s a good guy, then why do you keep knocking him for running a non-traditional campaign? Chapman’s been making the rounds, he just hasn’t bought any TV or any bogus “magazine” mailer.

        Look, if the other candidates weren’t so atrocious his low-cash style would have had him at two percent still. Honestly man, I don’t get the Handel thing, never will, but I’m glad that she’s the front runner, because good lord man, that walking block of repeated talking points and vague rhetoric is such an easy target in the end.

        Aaaand Lady Thinker enters in 3…2…1…

    • macho says:

      Surprisingly, Handel has not spent the large amount of money that Ox and Johnson have spent.

  5. saltycracker says:

    Undecided 2-1 aka none of the above

    The candidates will be working hard to top UGA’s new tune “panties on the seat”

    Let’s head to the Brasstown Valley Spa, Goldman-Sachs is having a seminar on shorting ethical insurance policies……dinner is red herring…….

  6. saltycracker says:

    P.S.
    34% is the number waiting for someone to get “discovered”…..Chapman ?…..time’s a wasting…..hit the road J….

  7. chamblee54 says:

    Recently , the Daily Kos had a nasty split up with it’s poller, Research 2000. There are reports that some of the research is suspect.
    How confident are you of the quality of the polling at Insider Advantage? Is this another Daily Kos/Research 200o scandal in the making?
    And please, don’t poo poo this because Daily Kos is a “liberal” blog. A scandal like this makes all bloggers, and all pollers, suspect.
    When giving your answer, bear in mind that Matt Towery of Insider Advantage was reported to be making phone calls to candidates that would seem to bend ethical boundaries. ( I don’t recall the details, but there was a mini scandal along those lines. )

    • bowersville says:

      Thanks comrade Democrat. Nothing suprises me with Kos.

      The mini scandel involved John Oxendine, does that help?

  8. bwjohnson83 says:

    Icarus…you kill me!

    I agree with you about the campaigning. Chapman did get a late start. He’s been pretty busy the last month. Chapman has had several meet and greets, forum, and press. A good bit of his work has come through volunteers.

    The campaign has district chairman in all districts and good number or county chairman. (I’m one). The campaign has gotten out 2000 yard signs and about that many bumper stickers. The campaign has some more things to roll out soon.

    I can say that we haven’t spent huge amounts of money. It hasn’t seemed to help any of the other candidates all that much. Maybe Jeff will do something surprising!! There’s alot of people working hard on networking sites and in there local communites.

    We’ll see!

  9. Goldwater Conservative says:

    I am sorry, but I have to say something.

    I have been living out of state for the past several months and came back to check on a property…which means I can still vote in GA. I probably will not, but all the same.

    Karen Handel did not have the guts, smarts or determination to make it through 4 years of college. How can we expect her not to abandon the state before the end of a first term her she to be elected?

    Furthermore, someone should edit her wikipedia entry to reflect that she is a DROP OUT.

    I can not count the number of GOPers that have nothing but contempt for Perdue (this is a second remark, by the way). I implore those of you that fit this ticket to dig deeper into the Handel candidacy. The election of Handel is tantamount to a reelection of Perdue.

    • Tyler says:

      Karen Handel did not have the guts, smarts or determination to make it through 4 years of college. How can we expect her not to abandon the state before the end of a first term her she to be elected?

      Yet she had the guts to go out on her own at the age of 18 due to a bad family situation at home. She had the determination to finish high school and put herself through as much college as she could afford. She had the guts to go to work in the business world as an executive, went to work in DC, came back to Georgia when her county needed her. She had the smarts to go after a Chamber employee who had embezzled all but $10 from the bank accounts. She had the smarts to balance a budget that previously had a $10M budget shortfall without raising taxes. She then had the guts to serve as our state’s Secretary of State where she ran an efficient office and cut their budget 15% during her tenure. And now she’s determined to committing more of her life to our state by running for Governor.

      But, I’m sorry, you say she isn’t qualified because she wasn’t awarded a slip of paper from a college. You claim that all of her experience in the business world and government and track record of fiscal conservatism are null.

      Give. Me. A. Break.

      • ReaganRepublican says:

        She is not qualified because she is a deceitful liar.

        http://blogs.ajc.com/political-insider-jim-galloway/2010/06/08/karen-handels-e-mails-with-log-cabin-republicans/

        https://docs.google.com/fileview?id=0B_KEK8-LWmzhODE4N2IzOGQtOWFhYi00NmJkLWFkZTMtOWI0ZDgzZmMzY2I2&hl=en

        “On September 27, 2005, Handel received a contribution from Hamid Alaee. Four months later, Mr. Alaee’s company, Unique Design and Construction, received approval for a zoning modification from Handel and the Commission. Many other beneficiaries of Handel’s actions on the Fulton County Commission gave campaign contributions of up to $10,000, including Roberts Properties, Archer Western Contractors, Brown and Caldwell, Gresham Smith and Partners, John Controls, and others. In 2006, Handel received $10,000 from Fourth Quarter Properties, the real estate company involved in a notoriously shady land deal with Karen Handel’s old boss, Sonny Perdue.”

        • Lady Thinker says:

          RR,

          Don’t you get tired of spreading the same lies?

          Here is why I Am Voting for KAREN HANDEL

          Karen has business, executive, government and political experience.
          • Executive manager at KPMG and CIBA Vision

          • CEO and President of the North Fulton Chamber of Commerce where she led the organization from the brink of bankruptcy to solvency in just two years and helped bring thousands of jobs to North Fulton

          • Deputy Chief of Staff to Governor Sonny Perdue

          • Chief of Staff to Marilyn Quayle in the White House

          • Chairman of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners where she balanced the nearly $1 billion budget without tax increases and led ethics reform

          • Secretary of State where she cut the budget by nearly 20% and developed the implementation plan for Photo ID

          Karen is a new generation leader offering 21st Century ideas

          • Jobs. Karen will refocus Georgia’s economic development strategy to target industries that will drive jobs in technology, healthcare, bioscience, logistics/distribution, and alternative energy. Karen will make small business and entrepreneurialism a priority. She will seek tax credits for angel/venture capital investments and establish an entrepreneurial fund to ensure that Georgia’s homegrown innovations and companies commercialize and expand here.

          • Tax Reform. Georgia’s tax code has not had a top-to-bottom review in over two decades. Karen will lead a comprehensive overhaul of Georgia’s antiquated tax code, and she’ll do it collaboratively with our local governments.

          • Education. Over the past two decades, per-pupil spending in Georgia has nearly doubled without corresponding improvement in graduation rates and test scores. Karen wants to create 21st century classrooms with technology that allows for expanded learning opportunities. She will embrace teachers as partners. She supports more charter schools. All of us want accountability.

          • Transportation. Karen wants a true transportation plan that lays out a network for moving people and product in Georgia. Currently, 1% of the gasoline tax goes to the state general fund. Karen will reallocate these monies to transportation. Karen supports legislative changes to GDOT’s accounting rules that will free up approximately $500M for transportation programs. Karen supports public-private partnerships. And, should the General Assembly fail again to pass legislation for transportation funding, Karen will pursue a fair statewide funding solution.

          Karen Handel is NOT involved in ethical scandals (as some opponents are).

          Karen is the only Republican in the race who can defeat Roy Barnes!

          • KariDee says:

            Karen is involved in ethical issues…..she has been proven to be a liar. Secondly, I can’t hear a thing she says about educational matters…..because she dosen’t have one.
            Thirdly……have you not SEEN the polls in which Mr. Deal is the leading contender against Barnes??!!
            Karen is a puppet for Sonny Perdue. Thank God there are true consevatives in Georgia that can see that Karen is not for us.

            • Lady Thinker says:

              Jeff Chapman doesn’t have a college education. Why are you giving him a pass?

              The rest of your comments about Karen are lies and it is a shame that you find non-issues to post. Karen is the best candidate for governor and she has the best plan, which is why you Deal types spread lies about her. Deal is running scared and he should be, as Karen will clean his clock because she has no ethical issues and Deal has scores of them.

      • Goldwater Conservative says:

        As much college as she could afford. Any person that is smart or committed enough doesn’t have to pay for college.

        Furthermore, something tells me she was placed in the positions she has held rather than having earned them by merit.

        A college degree is more than a slip of paper. That is why I consider those that get degrees from the “University” of Phoenix to merely be victims of a dark con.

        • Dash Riptide says:

          You’ll be laughing out of the other side of your face once I’ve obtained my Associate of Arts in Hospitality, Travel and Tourism. Men’s room attendants pull in big bucks, you know.

        • Lady Thinker says:

          “”Any person that is smart or committed enough doesn’t have to pay for college.””

          Tell that to the millions of bright, intelligent, and committed college students still owing student loans. I am still paying off my last two.

          • Doug Deal says:

            Tell me about it. I went to GT and had debt up to my eyeballs.

            People who have things given to them have very little capability to understand how hard others have had to work to make things appear easy to them.

            • Lady Thinker says:

              Exactly, and I am paying with part-time jobs. I am still searching for full-time so I can get this paid off before I get too old to do so.

    • macho says:

      “Karen Handel did not have the guts, smarts or determination to make it through 4 years of college.”

      Goldwater- you seem like one of those silver-spoon liberals who has never come close to ever needed something like guts to accomplish something in your life. I have an undergraduate degree that mommy and daddy paid for and a graduate degree that I paid for, while working a cush corporate job. It wasn’t really hard work and certainly didn’t require guts.

      If you knew Karen, and her background, you wouldn’t say she lacked guts or determination.

      • MDokes says:

        Millions of ordinary Americans pass the CPA exam. She was not smart enough, she failed it. Karen Handel is not that bright, we deserve better.

        • B Balz says:

          What is Jeff Chapman’s educational background, just for a fair comparison? I have heard he doesn’t have a degree, did he go to college at all?

          • Ludwig Von Beachbum says:

            He has 3 US Patents, was a member of the Georgia Air National Guard and sold a business to a Fortune 500.

            The best part is that he’s not a scum bag permanently hooked up like an parasite career politician. Like most of the field.

            BTW…. My bartender has two degrees.

        • macho says:

          How exactly did she fail the CPA exam, when you need an Accounting Degree to sit for it?

        • Ambernappe says:

          How many CPAs and MBAs has it taken to sink the economy of the United States? Not to mention a few Harvard JDs………

          • AlanR says:

            And a college degree in what? Would you rather have school of hard knocks or someone with a degree in Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies? or Cinema Studies?

    • debbie0040 says:

      “Karen Handel did not have the guts, smarts or determination to make it through 4 years of college. How can we expect her not to abandon the state before the end of a first term her she to be elected?”

      Neither did Microsoft’s Bill Gates and he has been pretty successful ..

      • Progressive Dem says:

        The Bill Gates analogy is way off base. He dropped out of Harvard to form a company that later profoundly changed the world. The company has developed one of the most profitable product lines in the past 50 years and has enormously improved human productivity.

        Karen Handel ain’t no Bill Gates.

      • ReaganRepublican says:

        She did not have the guts to finnish any term af any office she has held. Karen “the liar”Handel is unfit to serve.

        • Lady Thinker says:

          RR,

          Don’t you get tired of spreading the same lies?

          Here is why I Am Voting for KAREN HANDEL

          Karen has business, executive, government and political experience.
          • Executive manager at KPMG and CIBA Vision

          • CEO and President of the North Fulton Chamber of Commerce where she led the organization from the brink of bankruptcy to solvency in just two years and helped bring thousands of jobs to North Fulton

          • Deputy Chief of Staff to Governor Sonny Perdue

          • Chief of Staff to Marilyn Quayle in the White House

          • Chairman of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners where she balanced the nearly $1 billion budget without tax increases and led ethics reform

          • Secretary of State where she cut the budget by nearly 20% and developed the implementation plan for Photo ID

          Karen is a new generation leader offering 21st Century ideas

          • Jobs. Karen will refocus Georgia’s economic development strategy to target industries that will drive jobs in technology, healthcare, bioscience, logistics/distribution, and alternative energy. Karen will make small business and entrepreneurialism a priority. She will seek tax credits for angel/venture capital investments and establish an entrepreneurial fund to ensure that Georgia’s homegrown innovations and companies commercialize and expand here.

          • Tax Reform. Georgia’s tax code has not had a top-to-bottom review in over two decades. Karen will lead a comprehensive overhaul of Georgia’s antiquated tax code, and she’ll do it collaboratively with our local governments.

          • Education. Over the past two decades, per-pupil spending in Georgia has nearly doubled without corresponding improvement in graduation rates and test scores. Karen wants to create 21st century classrooms with technology that allows for expanded learning opportunities. She will embrace teachers as partners. She supports more charter schools. All of us want accountability.

          • Transportation. Karen wants a true transportation plan that lays out a network for moving people and product in Georgia. Currently, 1% of the gasoline tax goes to the state general fund. Karen will reallocate these monies to transportation. Karen supports legislative changes to GDOT’s accounting rules that will free up approximately $500M for transportation programs. Karen supports public-private partnerships. And, should the General Assembly fail again to pass legislation for transportation funding, Karen will pursue a fair statewide funding solution.

          Karen Handel is NOT involved in ethical scandals (as some opponents are).

          Karen is the only Republican in the race who can defeat Roy Barnes!

    • Doug Grammer says:

      Goldwater,

      If you are not going to vote, who cares what you think? It’s not like it’s hard to do. If you don’t believe in your convictions strongly enough to cast a ballot, why should we believe in what you have to say at all?

        • Goldwater Conservative says:

          Votes do not win elections…contributors do.

          I engage in the most sacred institution in the US…paying candidates to give me access if and when they are elected.

          How many voters can get a meeting with a governor for the next day? What about either of our senators?

          That is what money does. It makes the world go round so you can sit at home thinking your vote matters. It is how the political class and economic elite keep you blissfully ignorant.

          This has been a maxim of political life for 2500 years. We keep you chained up in a cave unaware of the truth…showing you shadow puppets and telling you they are the truth and the correct way of things. You are kept in your place.

          • Doug Grammer says:

            Do they count the votes on election day or dollars? Why didn’t King Roy win a second term? He had much more in terms of dollars.

  10. Progressive Dem says:

    Many of those undecided Republican women are going to tap the screen for Handel. She makes the runoff on the female vote alone. That being said, I don’t have much confidence in this poll.

    • macho says:

      Still lots of undecideds. This economy, and the lack of campaign money, means there will be some randomness at the polls.

      On another note, I’ve always felt Ox’s support was a mile wild and an inch deep. From all of his years of being a politician and all of his free publicity, albeit mostly negative, he definitely has some name ID, but it’s very shallow.

        • Goldwater Conservative says:

          Not to mention that Oxendine’s name is on every gas pump in the state and we are starting to see “emergency” response vehicles parked in courtyards at the Mall of Georgia brought to you by Georgia’s Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine.

          In my opinion that should be brought before the SEC.

  11. saltycracker says:

    B Balz,

    Early life:

    Jeff Chapman grew up in coastal Georgia near the city of Brunswick, GA. During his teenage years he worked through the summers in Georgia with his granddad in the well drilling business. As a young married man, Chapman worked a blue collar job at a paper mill, formerly known as Brunswick Pulp and Paper.

    While working his full-time job at the paper mill, Jeff Chapman started his own company, Chapman Waste Disposal [3]. After substantial growth, his company was bought by Waste Management, Inc. in 1995. Following the buyout, Chapman went on to become a WM Division President.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeff_Chapman_(Georgia_politician)#Early_life

  12. Ludwig Von Beachbum says:

    Is this another poll where they call welfare recipients watching Oprah and Springer in and around metro Atlanta? Why not just call a mouse at a cheese factory and ask them their opinion on cheese?

    WOW……..

    • macho says:

      The time of day, cell phone use versus land line, etc.. are all irrelevant. The pollster predetermines which crosstabshe wants to fill, and then keeps calling that category until he hits the predetermined number he wants to hit.

      Most people don’t realize that in polling, the questions and random calling are the easy part, it’s developing and weighting the demographic categories that are the hard part. For instance, if you were a pollster in 2008, how many likely black voters do you call? You knew there would be a higher percentage of black voters than previous years, due to Obama, but determining the exact percentage is the difficult part.

      • Ludwig Von Beachbum says:

        So the Handel Bots really gets excited about snake oil, fortune telling and thinking Handel is Margret Thatcher

  13. Ludwig Von Beachbum says:

    When The Peach Pundit ran their own poll which is the one I would credit the most among likely Republican voters Eric, Icky and the other apprentice super hero’s witnessed Margret Thatcher Handel get her rear end handed to her.

    Since then the blogg has been wall papered with the justice leagues posting one poll after another with more to say when Margret Thatcher Handel was just barely in the lead or tied with Ox. Not to mention their breath talking Oscar night like orgasmic revelation of who they voted for one by one.

    • Pine Knot says:

      I highly doubt that poll was very accurate as we all know how people can vote on online polls.

      • Ludwig Von Beachbum says:

        Yes, morons are covered in the margin of errors and then you can create your own margin of error. Let me borrow a word from Icky as to make people think I also graduated from Harvard.

        “Perhaps” you can explain why phone polls and street polls are any more accurate.

        Their all great when your guy or girl is winning.

        The Margret Thatcher Handel mafia just gives the ones where she move up, ties or wins more play time .

        • Icarus says:

          First of all, it’s “they’re”.

          Secondly, do you realize how far off the reservation you have to go to get me on the same page as Pine Knot and Ga Judge?

          Enjoy the Peach Pundit straw poll victory. I’m pretty sure it will be the singular victory Senator Chapman has this campaign season. Pretty sad in that, actually. Had he actually chosen to campaign, he could have at least come in 3rd or 4th…

          • Ludwig Von Beachbum says:

            I understand Icky, you would have quit your elected seat also.

            Pretty sad you haven’t been to his Facebook page to see where he has been campaigning since he stayed and didn’t quit… Perhaps you wouldn’t look so off the reservation and foolish.

          • Pine Knot says:

            Come on now..I strongly support people, and we can both support Graves together lol. I just didn’t think it was very accurate at all to say that an online poll is going to mirror the election. We can also agree on HD 8. He has done a fantastic job.

          • Fred Smulavich says:

            Ahh and there it is: “Had he actually chosen to campaign, he could have at least come in 3rd or 4th.”

            I’d actually like to hear this very much; tell me Icarus, why don’t you like Chapman besides the fact that he hasn’t campaigned?

              • Ludwig Von Beachbum says:

                The facts are Icarus, you are conveying your lie when you keep repeating that. Two term elected Senator with a flawless record of ethics , service to Georgia and conservative. He practiced ethics when your girl only wrapped herself around it when it was politically expedient after leaving her post.

                Why should anyone tell a narcissist like you anything?

                The failure here has been on your part, not his.
                He’s not hiding and certainly not from inflated egos like yours. Call 912 399 8683 and discuss your point with him

                • AlanR says:

                  I’m sure everything you say about Chapman is true — but how will any of the voters find it out? Chapman may be the alternative everyone is looking for but as long as he is known as “Who?” across the state he will not break single digits.

                  His campaign is basically a state senate campaign and that’s not going to get anything done statewide. Icarus may mistake Chapman’s inexperience or naivete for a lack of seriousness, but it all comes out the same.

                  Its a shame too, because this year is the year a guy like Chapman could have won.

                  • Ludwig Von Beachbum says:

                    His campaign is a state senate campaign? From the time announced he has lived in the Metro Atlanta area . His Facebook page tracks his movements as well as his web page. You are the kind of voter Icarus is trying to influence here.

                    Icky is using an age old technique to influence the unaware. The backlash of doing that is that to the people that don’t buy it he paints himself that way.

                    They ran their own poll here and then unhappy with the results they employ the technique of discrediting by ignoring.

                    I am surprised he hasn’t used a juvenile statement like , Chapman who? yet.

                    • AlanR says:

                      Face book? How innovative. I’m sure none of the other statewide candidates would think of something so cutting edge.

                      And its not even a very good state senate campaign. He’s just not reaching people with your message — or is it you’re not reaching people with his message? Anyway, its not working.

                      “Chapman who?” I like it. I hope it sticks. And we owe it all to you.

  14. Georgia Judge says:

    BeachBum,

    Do you really believe Chapman has a prayer??? He will not break 3% come July 20……..

    • Ludwig Von Beachbum says:

      We have gone over this before Sport, you looked pretty ridiculous then on that poll thread. Is dumb like the high bar for you? I think you said he wouldn’t even carry his own county and his mom wouldn’t vote for him. You explain the results.

    • Mayonnaise says:

      We don’t know what Rasmussen thinks about this race because they keep polling the candidates against Barnes instead of against each other. Let’s hope we get a poll from them this week.

    • TalmadgeGhost says:

      Don’t you dare call into question the efficacy of Matt Towery! I know there are some Cheetah girls that look back longingly at Daufuskie Island and his effectiveness at polling.

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