WOW!… New Poll Has Republican Charles Djou Tied In Hawaii Rep Race

DJOU TOO?… Charles Djou Tied in Hawaii!

Republican Charles Djou has climbed 15 points in the polls since January and is now tied in the deep blue state!
This would (will) be another major upset.

Wow! The latest poll has popular Republican Charles Djou tied in the Hawaii special congressional election.
KITV reported:

A recent poll shows Republican Charles Djou is tied with Democrat Ed Case for the lead in Oahu’s special congressional election, according to The Atlantic magazine.

The poll, which The Atlantic said was conducted by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, puts Democrat Colleen Hanabusa in third place, just a few points behind Djou and Case.

In January, when KITV4 and the Honolulu Star-Bulletin conducted the last poll that went public, Case was the clear leader. The former congressman had 37 percent of the vote, followed by Senate President Hanabusa in second place with close to 25 percent. Councilman Djou, a Republican, trailed in third with 17 percent of the vote.

But according to a more recent poll reported by Atlantic magazine, Case and Djou are now tied with 32 percent of the vote, with Hanabusa in third place at 27 percent. About nine percent of the respondents were undecided, Atlantic reported, citing a Democratic source who’d seen results of a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee poll.

Djou is elated with the results, saying, “Momentum has clearly shifted in favor of our campaign and this is certainly something that I’m very excited about.”

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