GOP Pennsylvania Senate Race 2022 Polls: Republican David Mccormick Joins US Senate Race In Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania Senate Race 2022: Republican David Mccormick Joins US Senate Race In Pennsylvania

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The 2022 Senate Election in Pennsylvania is set to take place on the 8th of November 2022. The incumbent Republican Senator, Pat Toomey on October 5th, 2020 had announced that he would not run for re-election to a third term stating that he plans “to go back to the private sector”.

The current composition in the Senate between Republicans and Democrats is 50-50, and an open race in a state Biden won in 2020 presents them with their best opportunity of flipping a seat.

The GOP PA Senate Primary Is Already Bonkers

Pennsylvania Senate Race 2022 Polls: Latest Polls, November 8

Only one poll has been conducted since front-running Parnell dropped out, it shows Dr Oz with a small lead and a large majority of undecided voters

A)Republican Primary

Pollster Fieldwork Kathy
Barnette
Jeff
Bartos
Mehmet Oz
Franklin & Marshall College Oct 28-Nov 3, 6% 6% N/A
Echelon Insights Dec 1-3 7% 4% 11%

The FIRST Senate Election Prediction in 2022

Pennsylvania Senate Race 2022 Polls: Google Search Update, January 14th

A)Republican Primary

As per the latest Google search David Maccormick has received almost all the google searches and only Mehmet OZ comes close.

David Maccormick- 61%

Mehmet Oz- 33%

Carla Sands- 5%

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Pennsylvania Senate Race 2022 Polls: Latest Tweets Jan 14, 2022

Originally tweeted by Carla Sands (@CarlaHSands) on January 14, 2022.

Thank you to Chairman Matteo and the rest of the Lycoming County Republican Party for the warm welcome! As your next Senator, I will support and grow the natural gas industry that has brought so much prosperity to this region.

Originally tweeted by Dr. Mehmet Oz (@DrOz) on January 13, 2022.

Excited to join The Right View with @LaraLeaTrump tonight. Tune in to hear us talk about the campaign, COVID, and my college football days.

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Pennsylvania Senate Race 2022 Polls: Candidates in the Primaries

The primary will be held in May 2022 and both parties have a large number of qualified candidates who have stepped up to contest in the election.

As of now the major candidates on both sides are:-

Craig Synder was the first candidate to drop out last week due to lack of support.

On 22nd November, Sean Parnell, who was endorsed by Former President Donald Trump called his campaign. He took the decision after the judge ruled that his estranged wife should be given primary custody of their three children in a case in which she has accused him of spousal and child abuse. This opened up the field to Dr. Oz who filed his candidacy with the FEC on November 30. He lives in the north New Jersey Suburbs, but registered to vote in PA in October 2020.

Pennsylvania Senate Race 2022 Polls: Racial Demographics

As per the latest 2020 Census Figures

Demographics
Proportion
White American
73.5%
Black American
10.5%
Hispanic American
8.1%
Asian American
3.9%
Multi-racial
3.5%
Others
0.5%

Read: Ohio Senate 2022 Preview

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[…] Most prognosticators rate this race as a “toss-up”, including RCP, Sabato’s Crystal Ball and Cook Political Report. Pennsylvania will once again face tons of competitive races this including in the senate, where both primaries remain competitive along with the general election. Read our preview of that race here. […]

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