Poll: Daugaard widens lead over Heidepriem

New today from Rasmussen Reports:

Republican Lieutenant Governor Dennis Daugaard now holds a 17-point lead over likely Democratic nominee Scott Heidepriem in South Dakota’s race for governor. But the Democrat maintains modest leads over two other GOP hopefuls.

A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of likely South Dakota voters shows Daugard leading Heidepriem, the State Senate minority leader, 49% to 32%. Six percent (6%) prefer some other candidate, and 13% are undecided.

Last month, Daugaard posted a narrower 41% to 32% lead.

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3 thoughts on “Poll: Daugaard widens lead over Heidepriem

  1. poor old Scott- no runner against Thune; good Stephie lost the progressive vote over health care- why bother to vote when you have to hold your nose; thus Scott suffers with these two idiots demos might as well stay home this vote around. After all Scott is running to the right of the republicans anyway.

  2. why shouldn’t someone vote for him when there’s a free lunch- excpet when the demos do it in Indian country- the republican SD attorney general calls it election fruad

  3. Maybe the libs better figure out that a common sense Stephie is better than anyone to her right. She may not be perfect for you but as the pubs found out with McCain, failing to support a luke warm candidate is the same as supporting their opponent. That would be our beloved president Barrack Hussein Obama my fellow comrades. I would trade BO for 10 hillary clintons.

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