Saturday, October 4, 2008

The Poll they don't want you to see...

Crites Gains Momentum

A new poll has the race for Attorney General closing to single digits!

Our candidate, Mike Crites, has gained nine points on his opponent since entering the race just a few weeks ago. That's some amazing progress considering Mike's running against a career politician who's been on the ballot statewide four times in 10 years.

Mike Crites is one of the hardest working candidates I know, and he'll work even harder as Ohio's next attorney general.

He's a career prosecutor, former U.S. Attorney and Navy captain who wants nothing more than to restore honor and integrity to Ohio's top law enforcement office.

Here's what you can do to help get him elected:
  • Forward this email or send a personal note to friends and family asking them to remember to vote for Mike Crites when they cast their ballot.

  • Watch Mike's latest TV ads and pass them on to your email list.

  • Visit www.CritesforOhio.com and make a contribution to Mike's campaign.
The closing poll numbers prove Ohioans are responding to Mike's message. Let's put someone who will work for YOU back in the Attorney General's Office, not someone looking for the next step on the political ladder.

Elect Mike Crites for Attorney General!

2 comments:

ohioarn said...

Care to link to the poll? Or should we just take your word for it?

Greene County Young Republicans said...

Here you go...


Poll: Cordray up 8 points on Crites
By Justin Miller

A new poll released by Survey USA shows Richard Cordray still leading in the race for attorney general, but not as large as he had in a previous poll.
Cordray, the state Treasurer, leads former U.S. Attorney Mike Crites 42 to 34 percent. Independent Robert Owens has 12 percent while 12 percent are undecided.
Cordray's (D-Pleasant Twp.) previous lead was 11 points over Crites (R-Powell) but has shrunk slightly. Crites has moved up 1 percent in support and Cordray has fallen 2 percent.
The poll was conducted between Sept. 28 and 29 with a margin of error of about 4 percent.