The Remington Research Group released their latest Missouri Senate Republican primary polling results, and for the first time, Attorney General Eric Schmitt has crept into the lead. According to the survey (9/8-9; 800 MO likely Republican primary voters; interactive voice response system), Mr. Schmitt holds a slight 28-27-17-8-5% advantage over former Gov. Eric Greitens, US Reps. Vicky Hartzler (R-Harrisonville/Columbia) and Billy Long (R-Springfield), with St. Louis attorney Mark McCloskey trailing the pack.
This is the first publicly released poll with Rep. Long as an official candidate. He and Rep. Hartzler appear to be taking right of center votes away from Mr. Greitens, as predicted.
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