Kamala Harris Wins OB Rag Senate Poll

by on May 20, 2016 · 3 comments

in California, Election, Media, Politics, San Diego

Kamala HarrisKamala Harris, California’s Attorney General, won the OB Rag poll on the US Senate race for the state.  In a field of 2 Democrats and 3 Republicans, Harris ran at the top with 49.3% of the vote, with Republican Tom Del Beccaro coming in a far second with 18.8%.

The other Democrat, Loretta Sanchez, received 5.8%, and the other Republicans George Sundheim came in with 2.9% and Ron Unz also had 2.9%.

“Have not decideds” was at 8.7%, “None of the above” at 7.2%, and “Am not or cannot vote” got 4.3%.

Democrats totaled 55% of those who voted and Republicans received 25%.

The poll had a total of 69 participants – which is a low rate for our polls – and was up on the homepage for a week.

Of course, the poll is not scientific but is a reflection of the views of our readers.

Here is the poll:

 

OB Rag poll senate Prim 2016

 

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Avatar unwashed waLmartThong May 22, 2016 at 6:35 pm

And what about that little SDGE/Sempra/Peevey thing she’s dancing around?
Junket in Poland, anyone?

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Avatar Alex Alexander June 1, 2016 at 3:45 am

Kamala ( phonetically her name in Spanish is “She is Bad”)…….and bad was no to do anything with the 5 time deported illegal alien killing that young girl in the San Francisco pier. Nothing. Nothing at all.

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Avatar Dr. Jack Hammer June 1, 2016 at 7:18 am

Sorry bud… her name does not phonetically say “she is bad”. Your inventive Spanish may be trying to say “que mala” which would mean a variety of things, closer to ” How unfortunate” or “That’s too Bad”.

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