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Eagleton Poll Trouble for Adler

August 11, 2010

Incumbent Congressman barely gets over 30% of the vote; Runyan leads amongst those paying close attention to the race.

Runyan and Supporter

The campaign of Republican congressional candidate Jon Runyan (NJ-3) had the following statement in response to the independent Eagleton Institute poll released today

“Despite spending more than a half-million dollars in taxpayer money on glossy campaign mail and recorded phone messages trying to give himself an extreme makeover, career politician and Nancy Pelosi-rubberstamp, John Adler, barely gets over 30% of the vote in the Eagleton Institute poll released today – and embarrassingly bad result for any incumbent Congressman,”

said Runyan Campaign Consultant Chris Russell. 

“Furthermore, among voters who say they are paying close attention to the race, Jon Runyan actually leads Adler 36-35%.”

Russell said the poll debunks, once and for all, the phony internal poll that Adler released last month, while also pointing out recent editorials in the race critical of Adler, to underscore Runyan’s growing momentum in the race. 

The Burlington County Times editorialized today that Adler’s abuse of franked mailing privileges were “pushing the ethical envelope” and called it “under-the-radar campaign literature.”  While the Asbury Park Press called Adler out for the Tea Party Plant Scandal engulfing his campaign by saying: Adler’s tepid disavowal in Saturday’s Press reeks of plausible deniability, has an air of desperation about it and stinks of Camden County politics as usual.” 

“We feel great about these numbers.  They prove that our campaign has all the momentum in this race, and that John Adler’s economy-wrecking track record of higher taxes, runaway spending and irresponsible debt will send him into retirement this November,”

added Russell. 

 “You can bet this will only ramp-up the desperation in Adler’s camp and intensify their torrent of negative, personal attacks against Jon Runyan in the weeks ahead.” 

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Dianne , Angry in Camden County permalink
    August 11, 2010 9:23 am

    Rob Andrews sent out a beautiful letter proclaiming all his achievements this past year too. Another Tax payer funded campaign move paid for with my hard earned tax dollars. He’s gotta go too. I pray Dale Glading DE-thrones him!!!! November’s coming!

  2. August 12, 2010 5:28 am

    Incumbent Congressman barely is doing well.

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