A close personal friend was running Neil DiCarlo’s campaign against Steve Saland. They are 42 votes behind but there are close to a thousand absentee ballots left to be counted. They won’t know the final tally till late next week. Absentee ballots often break towards the imcumbent unfortunately.
They were literally outspent 30 to 1. DiCarlo spent about $25,000 on his campaign to Saland’s more than $700,000, most of which came from homosexual groups and Bloomberg. Saland had never been challenged in a primary in his 30 years in the Senate. These primaries are being closely watched by the GOPe throughout the country.
Social conservatism is a winning proposition for those willing to promote and defend it without bowing to the PC crowd in the GOPe.
I hope he comes out the winner. Horrible that so much leftist/homo money was funnel into his opponent. I don’t know if you read an article by Scott Lively that I recently posted from WND. He thinks the tide is turning, and so do I. It won’t be easy or painless, but I do think the tide is turning.