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New “Internal” VA07 Democratic Primary Poll by Eugene Vindman’s Campaign Has Vindman Up by >30 Points

Eugene Vindman 43%- Andrea Bailey 10%-Elizabeth Guzman 8%-Briana Sewell 4%; also note, there are 32% still undecided

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Interesting – see below for new “internal” polling by the Eugene Vindman for VA07 campaign. According to the poll:

  • “Vindman leads the Democratic primary with 43% of voters planning to vote for him. He outpaces his opponents by over 30 points, with Bailey receiving 10% support, Guzman 8%, Sewell 4%, Franklin at 3%, and 32% undecided. Vindman is the top choice among both men (46% support) and women (41%), white voters (49%), Black voters (33%), and in every part of the district (39% in Prince William/ 40% in Spotsylvania/54% in Stafford/ 42% in the rest of the district).”

Note that Vindman also has a lot more money than his Democratic primary competitors, which obviously is very useful when it comes to communicating with voters. So we’ll see, but at this point, it sure looks like Vindman is the favorite for this nomination. Note, though, that there are 32% undecided, so the primary is still not nailed down at this point.

P.S. In VA10, we also got an “internal” poll recently, from the Atif Qarni campaign. See below for that one, which has the top contenders as Dan Helmer (16.5%), Suhas Subramanyam (15.5%), Atif Qarni (11.6%), Eileen Filler-Corn (9.3%), Jennifer Boysko (7.4%), etc. Of course, the “leader” in this poll is actually “Undecided,” at 26.0%, which means that there’s still plenty of opportunity for any of the top contenders to win this thing.

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