Last week, as reported here, Remington Research released their late June survey that tested four Republican potential US Senate candidates, three House members and a statewide official, but, curiously, did not include the man many think is the leading GOP candidate, Attorney General Josh Hawley. While Remington Research did not test the new AG, the Club for Growth did so in their Show Me State poll and published the results. According to the Club study (Fabrizio, Lee & Associates; 7/10-11; 500 MO likely Republican primary voters), the first-term Attorney General maintains a small four-point lead over Sen. Claire McCaskill (D), 46-42%. This tracks with the Remington data in that their four tested Republicans were also projected to be holding an advantage over the incumbent Senator of similar margins.
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