Here’s the latest news out of Michigan courtesy of Emerson University’s latest poll. First, the presidential election:
A new Emerson College/NewsNation poll of the Great Lakes state shows former Vice President Joe Biden holding a ten-point lead over President Donald Trump. Fifty-two percent (52%) of voters plan to support Biden, 42% intend to vote for Trump, 2% plan to vote for another candidate, and 3% remain undecided at this point. In 2016, Trump won Michigans’ 16 electoral votes after winning the state by 10,704 votes.
And in the U.S. Senate race:
Democratic incumbent Senator Gary Peters is leading against his Republican challenger John James. Peters is up ten-points with 51% support. Forty-one percent (41%) plan to support James, 2% plan to support someone else, and 6% remain undecided.
The last day to register to vote in Michigan is October 19th along with same day registration. Click here to register to vote.
Let’s keep up the momentum to flip Michigan Blue. Click below to donate and get involved with Peters, Biden and their fellow Michigan Democrats campaigns: