New Hampshire’s GOP Senate candidate Bolduc has path to win

New Hamshire’s Senate race is now showing that Republican candidate Don Bolduc could upset Democratic Sen. Maggie Hassan according to a new report.

The news came from the New Hampshire Union Leader in an interview with political professor Dante Scala.

The report

“I never thought I’d be saying this, but Hassan is not out of the woods yet,” Scala said, according to Breitbart News. “She can see the light, but I don’t think she is there yet.”

“In the last few days, polls have shown that Gen. Bolduc has caught Hassan and is virtually tied. The race is one of eight highly contested Senate races in the 2022 cycle,” it added.

The latest poll

“When asked for whom they would vote if the election were held today, 47.6 percent said they would vote for Hassan, and 47.1 percent said they would vote for Bolduc, a retired United States Army brigadier general.

“Another 2.5 percent said they would vote for someone else, and 2.9 percent said they were undecided/no opinion,” American Greatness reported regarding the latest Insider Advantage survey.

“Male voters preferred Bolduc 57 to Hassan percent to 37.5 percent. Conversely, women preferred Hassan 57.2 percent to 37.6 percent. Interestingly, Hassan did better with white and black voters, but her support collapsed with “other” races (mainly Hispanic),” it added.

The close race will be another to watch as conservatives hope to return to power in the Senate.
The current deadlocked 50-50 chamber needs just one more seat to flip the Senate red in what could be major change in Washington.