The poll shows Dixon with 26% of the vote, followed by three candidates in a statistical tie
for a distant second place. Ryan Kelley (15%), Kevin Rinke (13%), Garrett Soldano (13%),Ralph Rebandt (1%), undecided (33%).
Key Takeaways Include:
• Dixon leading by 12 (35%) in the state's largest market (Detroit)
• Dixon leading by 13 (39%) with voters who have already cast an absentee ballot
• Dixon leading by 12 (29%) with voters who still plan to cast an absentee ballot
• Dixon leading by 16 (32%) with men
• Dixon leading by 14 (31%) with the crucial 65+ age demographic
Pollster Steve Mitchell noted in his memo that "While her opponents have stayed in almost the same position as they were two and a half weeks ago, Dixon has taken off."
The poll was conducted July 7-8 by Lansing-based Mitchell Research & Communications. The survey of N=683 Likely Voters has a Margin of Error of +/- 3.75% at the 95% level of confidence.
Tudor Dixon is consolidating support across the state and establishing herself as the leader of a unified Michigan Republican Party. She's earned endorsements from the Right-to-Life PAC of Michigan, the Police Officers Association of Michigan, the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, the Associated Builders & Contractors of Michigan, former Governor John Engler, U.S. Representatives Bill Huizenga & Lisa McClain, former Lt. Governor Dick Posthumus, and twenty Michigan legislators.
Republican Gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon and her running mate Shane Hernandez today kicked off their Open for Business tour, making stops at both the Sandusky Family Diner and Mark's Barber Shop to unveil their 40% in Four Years plan, which aims to streamline or rollback 40% of Michigan’s massive regulatory code during her first four years in office.
Republican Gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon was joined today by Rep. Julie Alexander, Rep. Mike Harris, Rep. Steve Carra, State House District 79 candidate Angela Rigas, State House District 78 candidate Gina Johnson, State Board of Education candidate Linda Lee Tarver, and a crowd of concerned parents as she delivered a forceful rebuke of Governor Whitmer and her Administration's failure.
Republican Gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon was joined yesterday by Michigan Farm Bureau President Carl Bednarski, Tom Oesch and the broader Oesch family, Representative Julie Alexander, Senator Roger Victory, and a crowd of Michigan farmers for a rally, informal meet and greet, and listening session.
Republican Gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon today issued the following statement calling out Governor Whitmer's silence regarding the sickening release of official Michigan Department of Education radical gender teacher training and continued push to remove parents from the education conversation.
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