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Huntingdon Valley, PA, October 7, 2010—In a poll conducted by Neil Newhouse, Public Opinion Strategies, it was revealed that the PA 13th Congressional Seat held by incumbent Democrat Rep. Allyson Schwartz is not “Safe” as many have predicted.  In a summary memo, Neil Newhouse said, “Forget the democrat registration edge here, voters in this district are leaning toward the GOP candidate in the November election by a 44%-42% margin, with even 27% of Democrats supporting a ‘checks-and-balances’ Republican.  Voters here are clearly looking for a change.”

The poll demonstrated that voters are divided on whether Schwartz deserves re-election.  Her re-elect support is at 41% while 37% say it is time to give a new person a chance.  After a brief introduction to Adcock, and voters understood Adcock is a credible alternative to Rep. Schwartz and he wants to pull in the reins on Washington’s overspending, he moves ahead on the ballot by a 40%-39% margin.  When voters hear where Adcock and Schwartz stand on the issues Adcock wins.

About the Survey:
The survey of likely voters, conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, in Pennsylvania’s 13th Congressional District on behalf of the Dee Adcock campaign.  The survey was conducted August 31-September 1, 2010 among 300 likely voters and has a margin of error of ±5.66% in 95 out of 100 cases.

About Dee Adcock:
Dee Adcock and his wife liven in Abington and have been married for 32 years with three grown children.  Dee is a small businessman whose enterprises have created hundreds of jobs in Pennsylvania and throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region.  Adcock is running to be the people’s voice in Congress.  Washington has gotten out of control with their runaway spending, mounting debt and increased taxes.  He stands by four principles: limited federal government, limited spending, limited taxation and a balanced budget.


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