- GOP Rep Tom Rice voted to impeach 45th President Donald Trump
- Trump-backed his challenger Russell Fry – Fry is now leading by 20 points according to a new poll
RINOs are continuing their losing streak.
South Carolina Rep Tom Rice is down 20 points to his challenger in the GOP primary Russell Fry.
Fry was endorsed by 45th President Donald Trump.
Trump-backed South Carolina Republican Russell Fry showed a strong 20 point lead over impeachment supporter Rep. Tom Rice (R-SC) and the rest of the primary field in an internal poll.
The poll also found that of those who voted in the Republican primary before, 63 percent said they would not vote for Rice again, while only 21 percent said they would vote for the impeachment Republican again. There was 11 percent who said they never voted for Rice in the past and still will not, as five percent said they have never voted for him and they will this time.
The initial hypothetical ballot from Fry’s campaign showed him leading the field with 39 percent, with the impeachment Republican incumbent with 18 percent.
The rest of the field was in the single digits, with Mark McBride having six percent, Barbara Arthur with five percent, Ken Richardson with five percent, and Garrett Barton with only three percent. Twenty-four percent was undecided.
Trump’s endorsement seems to be what pushed Russel Fry over the edge:
Internal poll memo released by @RussellFrySC’s campaign suggests their endorsement by former President Trump allowed them to overtake incumbent Tom Rice among likely Republican voters.
Roughly a quarter still undecided. pic.twitter.com/fGCIISzLiu
— Nick Reynolds (@IAmNickReynolds) March 16, 2022
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