Not much more can be said about Tuesday’s special election in Florida’s CD-13, other than that it will be one of the closest elections in years. Republican David Jolly has been surging of late, but many feel that if the Libertarian candidate in the race would have dropped out before his name would have been put onto the ballot, Jolly would now be enjoying a comfortable lead over Democrat Alex Sink.
What does it say when the Libertarian Party’s favorite politician, Senator Rand Paul, endorses and makes Robo-calls for Republican David Jolly, and not the Libertarian in the race?
Automated calls with Paul’s voice have been buzzing phones in Pinellas Country, which I am assuming are being made to take back support and pry away support from the Libertarian in the race.
Sink’s campaign has been dinged for her support of he unpopular and job-killing Obamacare, which will probably be the reason she loses this race, if she loses it.
Jolly will most likely win the race by a margin of 2-5 points. But then again, he may win it by a lot more, as polls have historically been proven to be off their mark.
We all saw what happened in the 2004 Presidential election between President Bush and John Kerry, where exit polls had Kerry crushing Bush.