One of the pollsters who propelled President Donald Trump to victory last year says Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno is leading her opponent for the NJ GOP gubernatorial nomination by a 2-1 margin with less than three weeks to go before the primary.
Adam Geller of Holmdel, the President of National Research Inc. and a FoxNews contributor, released a memo through the Guadagno campaign this afternoon that states, “With less than three weeks left until the Republican Primary, Kim Guadagno remains strongly positioned to receive the GOP nomination. She has had stronger fundraising, more cash on hand, more county endorsements, and stronger poll numbers according to our latest campaign survey.”
Geller characterised the Ciattarelli campaign as “ineffective” and “negative.”
Geller said that his recent polling indicates that Guadagno has a 4-1 favorable to unfavorable ratio and that voters associate her with tax relief. Despite months of mailing to Republican primary voters and recent television commercials, likely GOP primary voters predominantly say they don’t know or are unfamiliar with Ciattarelli. “Simply put, her message is resonating with Republican primary voters and Jack Ciattarelli’s is not,” Geller said.
“The next 20 days are likely to be filled with lies, exaggerations and attacks from the Ciaterelli campaign as the clock continues to tick and their desperation grows with each passing minute,” Geller concluded.