Double-digit leads in today's final two races, reports David Nir.
Commenter Mike points out that Public Policy Polling, cited for the double-digit leads above, has compiled an impressive scorecard in predicting the first seven of this summer's nine State Senate recall elections. The Republicans are running a Chicago corporate attorney who presumably and for whatever reason must be seeking about a 75% pay cut and is reportedly being investigated for providing domicile to a non-compliant sex offender from Minnesota,* and a far-right paranoid and author of a firearms manual for three-year-olds. Nevertheless, local wing-nut Steve Prestegard calls these two characters "obvious choices."
For all the same reasons why they're obviously very poor choices.
* See out-of-State agitators.