Cavasso Surges, Inouye Lead shrinks by 23% in two weeks!
Just two weeks ago, we sent you our roadmap to victory, analyzing the latest polling in the Hawaii Senate Race. At the time, our opponent, Dan Inouye, held a 36-point lead in the polls. But in the latest poll released yesterday by Rasmussen Reports, Cam is closing the gap, narrowing Inouye's lead to just 13 percent! The poll is also revealing because it shows several trends:
Cam does better among Republicans than Inouye does among Democrats
Cam is outperforming every other candidate polled against Inouye by Rasmussen this year—20% better than his primary challenger John Roco fared and 15% better than Governor Linda Lingle.
Cam beats Dan Inouye among Independent voters
We have come this far not because of big corporate contributions and expensive television ads, but because of grassroots people like you--sharing Cam's message with friends, neighbors and online, and making the $50 and $100 contributions that help us get our message out online.
Be Part of the Shocker
This poll has put Hawaii on the radar map and people are talking about it. The internet is abuzz. Join the conversation at Free Republic, or Hannity.com, or wherever else you see them talking about our race.
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