Georgia: Walker Leading in Three Polls: A trio of surveys conducted during the October 21-25 period from three research firms, co/efficient, Moore Information Research, and the Trafalgar Group all see Republican Herschel Walker claiming a small advantage over Sen. Raphael Warnock (D) as the campaign enters its final ten days and early voting continues at a robust pace.
The co/efficient firm finds Mr. Walker’s lead at 47-44%, very similar to Moore’s 46-42%, while Trafalgar posted a smaller 49-47% spread. In the last ten polls, Sen. Warnock has led in four, Mr. Walker four, and in two surveys the candidates were tied. In nine of the ten research studies, the spread is three points or less. The preliminary early voting reports, however, give the Democrats a clear edge.
Pennsylvania: Fetterman Campaign Complains Caption System Failed: Immediately after Democratic Lt. Governor John Fetterman’s poor performance in his statewide debate against Dr. Mehmet Oz (R), the former man’s communications staff reportedly began complaining that the captioning system both sides agreed to have present in order to help the Democratic nominee as he recovers from his stroke, failed. The Fetterman campaign indicated that the captions were slow and didn’t correctly translate the spoken sentences, thus explaining their candidate’s often halting and unclear answers.
Nextar Media Group administered the debate and its chief spokesman retorted that the system worked well and that Mr. Fetterman only participated in one of the two rehearsals they offered him. He said Fetterman attending both sessions would have allowed him to better master the system.
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