Here's Why the Red Tsunami Is Going to Be Huge

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How big is the red wave that’s about to hit next Tuesday with the midterms?

We’ve talked a lot about the wave and what’s happening in places like Pennsylvania and Georgia, with both Republican Senate candidates having made up the ground and now in the lead. In Pennsylvania, John Fetterman imploded during his debate, showing he is not well and not up to the job, while Dr. Mehmet Oz gave great answers. Not only has Herschel Walker moved ahead of Raphael Warnock in Georgia, he even laid Barack Obama low in a terrific reply to Obama’s effort to take him down.


But the wave may now be at tsunami level, given what we’re seeing happening in New Hampshire.

According to the latest New Hampshire Journal/co/efficient poll, retired Gen. Don Bolduc is tied with incumbent Democrat Sen. Maggie Hassan, with seven percent undecided, and Republican House candidates are surging.

“Since day one, General Bolduc has campaigned the New Hampshire way. After every event, every town hall, we are hearing the same thing from Granite Staters, inflation is crushing them and Sen. Hassan is to blame,” said campaign spokeswoman Kate Constantini. “This polling is a true testament that the momentum is with us and Granite Staters are sick and tired of Maggie Hassan’s disastrous record. It’s time to send an outsider to Washington, D.C.”

In the First Congressional District, newcomer Karoline Leavitt is in a margin-of-error race with two-term incumbent Chris Pappas, trailing him 48-44 percent. According to sources close to the Leavitt campaign, its internal polling shows she has already caught Pappas and continues to gain momentum.

And in the Second District, the poll found Bob Burns leading longtime Rep. Annie Kuster 44 – 43 percent, with 12 percent undecided.

The New Hampshire Journal notes that while polling is always questionable, Republicans tend to be underestimated and the undecideds are also likely to break for the Republicans because of the horrible inflation and how unpopular Biden is, coupled with a popular Republican governor who is leading by double digits in his race, 52 to 32 percent.


“Rampant inflation, an increasingly uncertain economy, and a deeply unpopular president without a coherent economic message, coupled with the enduring strength of Gov. Chris Sununu, has New Hampshire Republicans riding a rising red wave of support from undecided voters breaking right,” said veteran GOP strategist Jim Merrill.

We’re talking about stunning news if Bolduc takes down Hassan, it’s eminently doable and that would be another Senate pick-up. Not to mention if they pick up House seats there as well. Add that to potential pickups for the Senate in Georgia, Nevada, and Arizona, we’re talking about a tsunami with room to spare.


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