Joe Biden’s approval continues to drag, no matter what he says or does. Americans appear to be blaming Democrats for rising inflation, high gas prices, rampant crime, and much more. That resulted in a moderate lead for Republicans in recent 2022 polls. But since then, Democrats have continued to fail, promising more of the same if they win.
So, Republicans have only expanded their lead.
From Rasmussen Reports:
The 2022 midterm elections are now just 11 days away, and Republicans have a seven-point lead in their bid to recapture control of Congress…
…49% of Likely U.S. Voters would vote for the Republican candidate, while 42% would vote for the Democrat.
Republicans continue to widen the gap between themselves and Democrats. This phenomenon is rare, even in years Republicans won big during the midterms. The signs suggest a significant victory for the GOP this November.
Not willing to lose the momentum, Republicans are going for the throat.
With less than two weeks before the election, the RNC revealed the committee was able to raise $296.8 million cycle-to-date, which allowed “long-term investments” across all 50 state and six territory parties — meaning Washington, DC, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and the U.S. Virgin Islands — to “ensure our entire party apparatus has the tools and resources to grow and elect Republican candidates.”
The RNC was able to raise a staggering $296.8 million for the midterm cycle. And all that money was used to expand the GOP’s reach to all 50 states–and six territories. This is a major move that will help Republicans cross the finish line.
I don’t think we’ve seen such aggressive moves by Republicans in a long time. The party has been gaining steam for years, as Americans watch Democrats sell out the country to the highest bidder. Since the days of Trump, the Republican Party has returned to an America-First plan of attack.
And as Biden continues to ignore our problems and prioritize reckless spending and woke ideology, Americans are flocking to the GOP.
This spending will not only sure ads for candidates, but mobilize Election Day work and more. The Republican Party will have to recruit everyone from poll watchers to bus drivers if they want to avoid the left’s all-too-common tricks.
But with this kind of momentum, Democrats should be panicked.
- Republicans expanded their 2022 lead to 7 points.
- The RNC has spent nearly $300 million to expand its reach across all 50 states.