Glenn Wins Senate Debate Straw Poll

Defeats Hoekstra by nine and Durant by 14

DeWITT, Mich. — Thursday night, three mid-Michigan Tea Party groups cohosted a U.S. Senate candidates forum/debate in DeWitt which drew nearly 500 attendees.

See Detroit News story: http://www.detnews.com/article/20110930/POLITICS02/109300388/1022/Hoekstra-stays-above-fray-of-attacks-at-tea-party-forum

Results of a straw poll of the audience taken immediately after the debate were released Saturday. See last…

Gary Glenn said the results “were consistent with what I’ve experienced everywhere I’ve spoken the last six weeks, from Escanaba to St. Joe to Warren.”

As Glenn has said before:

“When Tea Party and other grassroots activists learn that Pete Hoekstra voted for the $850 billion Wall Street bailout, to raise the debt ceiling to $11 trillion, for earmarks like the $223 million Bridge to Nowhere, for the Brady Bill gun control law, and that his campaigns have been funded by Jimmy Hoffa and Pete has long opposed state and national Right to Work laws, they want an alternative.  My mission and message of bringing more freedom, more fiscal responsibility, and more jobs to Michigan and America is making a powerful connection.”

STRAW POLL RESULTS

US Senate Candidate Forum

September 29, 2011
Banquet and Conference Center of DeWitt, Michigan

Scotty Boman ===================== 02.33%

Clark Durant=======================18.07%

Gary Glenn ====================== 31.84%

Randy Hekman ==================== 09.94%

Pete Hoekstra ===================== 23.39%

Pete Konetchy ==================== 09.35%

Undecided ======================= 05.08%

 

1 comment for “Glenn Wins Senate Debate Straw Poll

  1. October 3, 2011 at 7:36 pm

    Awesome! Mr. Glenn would pulverize Stabenow if the MI-GOP has the wisdom to get behind him instead of playing the game of protecting the usual suspect mentality.

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