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Reader Poll: Republicans Should Nominate Barnette for Senate

Conservative political commentator Kathy Barnette won the PoliticsPA readers poll for the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate. 

Here are the full results.

Kathy Barnette: 4,403 (51 percent)

Undecided or Not Sure: 982 (11 percent)

Carla Sands: 880 (10 percent)

Mehmet Oz: 705 (8 percent)

Jeff Bartos: 662 (8 percent)

David McCormick: 659 (8 percent)

George Bochetto: 297 (3 percent)

Everett Stern: 26 (0 percent)

There were a total of 8,614 recorded votes for the poll.

Thank you.

13 Responses

  1. After the pandemic if PA continues to vote for the same status quo than they shall get what they deserve. If Republican voters claim to judge someone by their character they should have no problem voting for Barnett.

  2. There could be a chance for the former opponents like Kathy Barnette and Madeline Dean will be representing Pennsylvania next year with Bernette in the US Senate and Dean in the US House.

  3. Kathy Barnette is our best shot in Republicans holding onto Senator Pat Toomey’s old seat. There are a number of reasons for Kathy being a good fit. One, Kathy would certainly be an upgrade from the RINO kingmaker for Pennsylvania, Senator Pat Toomey himself. Two, Kathy is a fighter rather than a folder. Three, the story of her life is profound. If she wins the nomination, it would be one hell of a matchup between her and John Fetterman.

    For more information about Kathy Barnette, you should go to barnetteforsenate.com to help her win.

  4. Kathy Barnett’s life story, career and service to our country is worthy of a vote.

  5. A Trumper moron who posted in support of January 6th and perpetuated the lies about election fraud… great

  6. The absurdity of unscientific polling. Not sure that Senator Undecided would be the best nominee, but at least she/he would be better than Sean Parnell.

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