Pollster: Dems’ ‘Candidate Quality’ Led To Ducked Debates
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- The Democrats’ “candidate quality problem” led them to avoid debates against Republican candidates until the last few weeks before the election, including in Pennsylvania’s race between Democrat John Fetterman and Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz and New York with incumbent Democrat Gov. Kathy Hochul and Republican Lee Zeldin, pollster Jim McLaughlin tells Newsmax.
- “These Democrats all over the country are avoiding debates as they don’t want to defend their “extreme left-wing policies,” McLaughlin told Newsmax’s “Wake Up America” on Thursday.
- Further, Democrats have candidates like Fetterman, who stayed in the race despite limitations from suffering a stroke earlier this year, said McLaughlin.
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