Republicans are polling to see if their House and Senate candidates have been tainted by Donald Trump’s crude comments about women captured on video, says CQ Roll Call’s Elections editor Nathan Gonzales. Senior political reporter Simone Pathé is watching the most vulnerable House Republicans and Missouri’s Sen. Roy Blunt, whose surprisingly competitive race is trending in the wrong direction for the GOP.
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Surprised that Trump is attacking the GOP? You shouldn't be. He isn't a Republican. He is a Trumpian.— Stuart Rothenberg (@StuPolitics) October 11, 2016
Why? Scott Garrett is in trouble, but it has nothing to do with Meg Whitman. https://t.co/2xYzTbElof — Nathan Gonzales (@nathanlgonzales) October 11, 2016
NBC/WSJ is first poll I refer people to, but I need to heed my own advice: Don't draw conclusions based on 1 poll. Let's take a breath folks https://t.co/Lomh2d0e7c— Nathan Gonzales (@nathanlgonzales) October 10, 2016
Carlos Curbelo long ago said he wasn't for Trump. That's not stopping @HouseMajPAC from tying them together: https://t.co/LF1eRXxabc #FL26 — Simone Pathe (@sfpathe) October 11, 2016