REP. PAT TOOMEY – In Congressional budget hearings

According to the highly-respected Quinnipiac Poll, in this crucial race for U.S. Senate from Pennsylvania,  just 12 percent say they’re undecided.

Among the all-important independent voters in the poll they favor Toomey, 44 percent to 35 percent.

So this election comes down to: Swing Voters + Turnout.

Sestak would be a disaster for Israel and has ties to Hamas/Hezbollah front group CAIR – Council on American-Islamic Relations. He has (Soros) money behind him.

Toomey is a center-right conservative, with strong Israel/national security positions, running mainly on a platform of fiscal conservatism.

Associated Press

Republicans are outraising Democrats in nearly a dozen open Senate races, increasing their hopes of significantly narrowing the Democrats’ majority in November.

In Pennsylvania, Republican Pat Toomey is reporting more than twice as much cash on hand as his Democratic opponent heading into the last four months of Pennsylvania’s race for U.S. Senate.

Toomey’s campaign said Tuesday he raised $3.1 million in the April-June period, leaving him with more than $4.6 million on July 1. He reported the same amount of cash on hand in late April.

Democratic U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak raised almost $2 million in the quarter and had a little over $2 million at the end.

A spokesman says Sestak raised most of it in June.

The Senate seat is open after Sestak beat party-endorsed incumbent Arlen Specter in May’s hotly contested Democratic primary.

Former U.S. Rep. Toomey is endorsed by the GOP. He beat a little-known primary opponent.

Toomey and Sestak are running even in a new poll in Pennsylvania’s closely watched race for an open U.S. Senate seat.

The Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday shows both men at 43 percent.

It is the Connecticut school’s first post-primary survey in the race. The numbers changed little since Quinnipiac released a May 13 poll that showed Toomey with 42 percent to Sestak’s 40 percent.

In the new poll, just 12 percent say they’re undecided. Independent voters in the poll favor Toomey, 44 percent to 35 percent.

The telephone poll of 1,367 Pennsylvania voters was conducted during the six days that ended Sunday. The sampling error margin is plus or minus 2.7 percentage points.

The election is Nov. 2.

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