Debra Medina Campaign Happy With New Poll

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Public Policy Polling releases the Medina Factor results

WHARTON, TX, Tuesday, February 9, 2010 – In the latest poll of likely Republican primary voters from February 4th to 7th, the North Carolina-based Public Policy Polling (PPP) report shows Debra Medina is coming on strong.
 
According to the PPP report, although Perry is at 39% to 28% for Kay Bailey Hutchison, Debra Medina is now at a whopping 24%! There are major splits within the race along ideological lines according to the poll results. Perry is at 42% with conservatives, and Medina is now outpolling Hutchison with conservatives by a 25-23 margin.
 
“The big question for Debra Medina is whether there’s enough unhappy voters out there for her to get into a runoff with Rick Perry,” said Dean Debnam, President of Public Policy Polling. “That would rank up there with the results of the Massachusetts Senate election as an early shocker in the 2010 political season.”
 
The PPP states there’s no doubt Debra is riding the discontent with the political establishment. She actually leads the race, 37-32 over Perry, with the third of primary voters who disapprove of Washington politics.
 
“The results from the Public Policy Polling is great news that validates the momentum we’ve been going through this past month,” says Debra Medina, Republican candidate for Governor of Texas. “My campaign has been run on a shoestring budget, but it’s a case study for what We Texans are capable of accomplishing with less money, less resources. Yes, We Texans are undoubtedly unhappy with how this state has been run for the past decade, which includes having unfunded federal mandates shoved down our throats. The polls demonstrate that dissent loud and clear.”
 
Campaign manager Penny Langford Freeman added, “Texans are smart. They see the fighting between Kay and Rick and know that they no longer have the people as their first priority. Debra speaks to the people with truth, respect and honor and Texans appreciate being able to support a real Texan at last!”
 
Complete results can be found at http://www.publicpolicypolling.com.

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