Republican Tiffany Smiley Gaining On Democrat Patty Murray In Tightening Washington State Senate Race

The race for a U.S. Senate seat in Washington State is tightening and Republican Tiffany Smiley is making serious gains on Democrat Patty Murray.

This is probably not a race that Democrats expected to be competitive, but it is and Smiley is within striking distance.

If Smiley pulls out a win here, it will send shockwaves through the political world.

The Center Square reports:

New poll shows Washington races for SOS office, U.S. Senate narrowing

The latest poll from Atlanta, Georgia-based Trafalgar Group shows a tightening of races for secretary of state and the U.S. Senate in Washington state.

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According to the poll of 1,091 likely general election voters conducted between Sept. 21 and Sept. 24, 40.4% of voters said they would vote for Democratic incumbent Steve Hobbs in the special election for secretary of state, while 36.8% would vote for his nonpartisan opponent, Pierce County Julie Anderson. Undecided voters made up 22.8% of those polled…

The Trafalgar poll also shows Republican challenger Tiffany Smiley gaining a little on incumbent U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Bothell, trailing by only 2.2 percentage points.

Per the poll, 48.7% indicated they would vote for Murray, with 46.5% voting for Smiley. Those who were undecided made up 4.8%.

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A poll by Trafalgar earlier in the month had Murray up by 2.9 percentage points. In that poll, Murray got 49.2% of the vote, Smiley got 46.3%, and 4.5% said they were undecided.

See the numbers below:

Smiley was on FOX News this week. Watch the video:

If Republicans pick up this seat, the left will go positively bonkers.

 

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