Skip to comments.Poll: Feenstra has big lead over Scholten in Iowa's 4th District; 2 incumbents also ahead
Posted on 08/06/2020 9:31:01 PM PDT by 11th_VA
DES MOINES Republican Randy Feenstra has jumped out to a 20-point lead over second-time Democratic nominee J.D. Scholten in the race for Iowa's 4th District, a new poll shows.
"It looks like Republicans can breathe a sigh of relief in the 4th District with Steve King out of the picture, said Patrick Murray, director of Monmouth University Polling Institute, which released the independent poll Thursday morning.
Feenstra, a state senator from Hull, defeated King, a nine-term incumbent, in the June primary. Scholten, of Sioux City, is hoping to improve on his narrow 3-point loss to King in 2018. However, the current poll results suggest otherwise. Feenstra has a commanding 54 percent to 34 percent lead over Scholten among registered voters, with 8 percent undecided.
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This is good news. Sorry to see Steve King gone.,, he was a righteous American patriot. I wish him well in his post-Congressional life.
He was too good for that den of thieves and seditious scum.
The first part is good to hear.
The part about the 2 rat incumbents leading is very bad to hear.
But the part about the Republican leading in the open rat is GREAT to hear and should be the headline, it’s a given that Feenstra will win easily.
>> Sorry to see Steve King go
He was shafted by republican cowards.
I agree. King is as fine a congressman as any ever in the House of Representatives. He is an extraordinary man.
Feenstra, a state senator from Hull, defeated King, a nine-term incumbent, in the June primary. Scholten, of Sioux City, is hoping to improve on his narrow 3-point loss to King in 2018. However, the current poll results suggest otherwise.
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