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Breaking: New Poll Shows Russell Over Murtha, 48-35
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A Pennsylvania source has just leaked me brand spanking new poll data showing GOP upstart Bill Russell leading John Murtha among over 800 probable voters by 48-35.

This comes on top of the Susquehanna poll showing Murtha ahead of Russell by 4 points, within the margin of error.

The new poll is from Dane and Associates, which surveyed over 800 probable voters, randomly selected to reflect the district makeup, on Wednesday night.

My syndicated column tomorrow will spotlight Russell’s conservative counterinsurgent campaign, which has been buoyed by grass-roots word-of-mouth and Internet activism.

Keep it up.

The Russell Brigade needs all the help it can get.

Conservatives can make a difference in this election. We do have candidates who will fight for us. So fight for them. Make your voice heard.

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And yes, these new poll results do have implications for the McCain-Obama race in Penn, don’t they?

More to come…

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
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