Rep. Martha Roby (R-Montgomery), who under-performed last November in winning re-election 49-40% largely because she did not climb aboard the Trump bandwagon, drew 2018 primary opposition from state Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) several months ago. WPA Intelligence just returned polling numbers for the budding challenge (8/7-8; released 8/30; 1,040 AL-2 likely GOP primary voters through Interactive Voice Response (IVR) technology) that appears to reveal political weakness for the four-term Republican incumbent. According to WPA, Rep. Roby’s advantage over Mr. Moore is only 34-21%, far below where an incumbent should be at this early election juncture.
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