New poll shows Zinke soon to be out of a job
A new poll surveying voters shows Montanans are tired of a Congressman who doesn’t represent them and are ready for a change in leadership.
According to Harstad Strategic Research, State Superintendent Denise Juneau is closing the gap with Congressman Ryan Zinke to just three points and is within the margin of error of 4.9 percent.
Juneau has run a record-breaking race that is all about putting Montanans first. She raised more than $875,000 in this last fundraising quarter and has collected more than $2 million in contributions across Montana since entering the race.
“This new poll just proves what we’ve known all along: Congressman Zinke is more interested in promoting himself on the 24-hour cable news cycle than serving this state isn’t and Montanans want change,” said Montana Democratic Party Executive Director Nancy Keenan, also Democratic House candidate in 2000. “Denise has raised more money than any other Democratic candidate in this race for the U.S. House and will make a tremendous Congresswoman for the state of Montana.”