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MASSIVE Turn of Events Leaves Democrats Scrambling as Republicans Across the Country Take Leads on Opponents

Midterm elections are less than two weeks away and as election day approaches Republicans continue to take footholds on their Democrat counterparts.

In Arizona, Republican Gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake’s favorability is growing in the polls and now in Georgia, Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker has taken a definitive lead against his Democrat opponent.

The Tennessee Star reported that the Trump-backed Senate candidate Walker has taken a lead on his opponent Democrat Senator Raphael Warnock.

“In the latest Daily Wire/Trafalgar Group poll, Walker emerged 2.4 points ahead of Warnock among likely voters, 48.9% to 46.5%. A further 4.6% backed libertarian Chase Oliver. That lead remains within the survey’s +/- 2.9% margin of error, meaning the race is still a statistical tie,” the report stated.

While this race is still a contest the gubernatorial election is falling into the hands of Republicans as incumbent Brian Kemp holds a steady leady on his opponent.

“The governor’s race showed a smoother path to a Republican victory, with incumbent GOP Gov. Brian Kemp holding a 6.9% lead over Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams, 52.2% to 45.3%,” the Tennessee Star reported.

Along with Kemp, Lake and Walker’s emerging success, Trump-backed Pennsylvania Senate candidate Mehmet Oz had recent success as his debate against Democrat candidate John Fetterman showed that his challenger is not up the task of representing the people of Pennsylvania.

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Fetterman’s health has been a question for many in the country as he suffered a stroke in May and his actions during this debate showed he may not be fully recovered yet.

During the debate Fetterman had difficulty speaking and instead of owning up to it being his fault, his campaign team blamed it on Nexstar’s closed-captioning system.

Nexstar communications chief Gary Weitman responded to these criticisms saying, “It is unfortunate that Mr. Fetterman is now criticizing the closed captioning process employed by Nexstar during tonight’s debate.”

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