The ground is shifting beneath Scott Peters. And it’s not in his favor.
This morning, one of the best election analysts in America just moved Scott Peters’ re-election race down to a “toss-up” rating.
Even more, this independent analyst calls Scott Peters’ race “one of Republicans’ top takeover opportunities.”
In other words, Scott Peters has a real problem on his hands when he’s losing ground this quickly over a year out from Election Day 2014. And it’s just the latest bad news for Scott Peters, who’s been significantly trailing candidate Carl DeMaio in polling this year:
· 10News/SurveyUSA Poll: Carl DeMaio gets 48%; Scott Peters 39% (06/10 – 06/12)
· Tarrance Group Poll: Carl DeMaio leads 49% to Scott Peters’ 39% (04/22 – 04/24)
This is a testament to how different a candidate like Carl DeMaio really is. With a record of reform, Carl DeMaio stands in stark contrast to Scott Peters’ empty promises of bipartisanship.
The Bottom Line:
Scott Peters continues to earn bad news with his record of promising bipartisanship but instead delivering obstructionist votes in Congress. Southern Californians are sending clear