Sunday, May 9, 2010

HI-01: Djou Leads By 3%

HI-01 (Special Election)

Charles Djou (R) 34%
Ed Case (D) 31%
Colleen Hanabusa 23%
Undecided 12%

Djou +3%

Race News:
A special election in Hawaii's first district, home of Barack Obama, is likely to fall to Republicans due to a lack of a primary. 2 Democrats, perennial candidate Case and liberal darling, Hanabusa, are running and splitting the vote.

All recent polling, even internal polling from the DNC, shows the Republican, Djou, ahead. At this point, the Democratic establishment has stopped funding the race and it looks like Djou will pick up a healthy share of the undecideds.

The special election is happening now via mail and ballots will be accepted for another thirteen days, till May 22 at 6 PM. Voting centers are open from May 10 to May 21, but will be closed on May 22.

*All calculations are made from our in-house metric, which accurately predicted outcomes in all recent elections (NJ-Gov, VA-Gov, MA-Sen, TX-Gov Primary)


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