Poll shows 'undecided' leads GOP governor field, followed by Irvin, Bailey
This week saw Irvin dodge questions at news conference, launch new Bailey attack ad
Posted on May 13, 2022
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We’re about a month and a half from the June 28 primary, and “undecided” was the lead vote-getter this week in a new poll of 1,000 likely GOP primary voters, with 36.9 percent of respondents falling into that camp.
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