Friday, November 03, 2006


With only days before the midterm elections, the latest poll from Mason Dixon Polling & Research for The Tampa Tribune shows the gubernatorial race still reasonably close, with Republican Attorney General Charlie Crist holding a seven percent lead over Democratic challenger Congressman Jim Davis.

The telephone survey of 625 Florida voters beginning Tuesday, the night following the second televised debate between the two major party candidates and Reform Party challenger Max Linn, shows:

Charlie Crist (R): 50%
Jim Davis (D): 43%
Undecided: 6%
Supporting other candidates: 1%

The numbers are almost exactly in agreement with the Strategic Vision poll released earlier in the week, with Crist holding a 50-44 percent lead.

The drama continues...


Anonymous Karen Tayor said...

Bill Lewis wiped the floor with Reform Party candidate Max Linn this morning on WWNN 1470 in Fort Lauderdale. By the end of his show, Bill had Mad Max wondering why he even bothered appearing on the Credit Restoration Consultants Hour. After all, Bill has not only come out strongly in favor of Charlie Crist, but also hosted a fundraiser for the attorney general sans governor. Some of the points drawn out by Bill were Max's decision to fire at least 10% of state employees upon election, to eliminate the state retirement system for career lawmakers and to do away with attorney advertising on television. When pressed about the election, Max stated that I hope "every voter seeking change will come out to vote for me on Monday." When Bill commented that the election was on Tuesday, all Mad Max could do was laugh. Of course, Max had no answer when Bill questioned him on his decision to "outsource" Florida criminals to Mexico.

2:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I heard that Max Linn is staging a statewide bus tour. Any truth to this rumor?

6:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know that Bill Lewis is still around, and Charlie Crist went on to become our governor. Whatever happened to Max Linn????

6:43 AM  

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