New polling memo shows Nicholson has an edge in GOP U.S. Senate primary

Kevin Nicholson’s campaign today released a polling memo suggesting he has an early edge in the GOP U.S. Senate primary.
The poll was conducted Dec. 6-7 following some $2.3 million in TV ads from pro-Nicholson groups that began in early October. A check of FEC filings did not turn up any independent expenditures backing Nicholson rival state Sen. Leah Vukmir, R-Brookfield.
The memo says Nicholson was backed by 30 percent of likely GOP primary voters, while 23 percent supported Vukmir. Perennial GOP candidate John Schiess was backed by 2 percent.
According to the memo, 60 percent of the GOP pri...

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