Democrats have ‘good chance’ of winning election: Republican senator

Grant Boone
October 18, 2020

More than half of voters, 52 percent, supported her nomination to the Supreme Court compared to just 30 percent who opposed it. "We need leaders in the Senate like Senator Feinstein who will stand up for the rights of women and families across California".

Graham, notably, is now locked in a dead heat Senate race with Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison, who raised a record $57 million in the third quarter, prompting Graham to beg for financial assistance on Fox News.

"I don't know what's going on out there, but I can tell you there's a lot of money being raised in this campaign", Graham said during the Barrett hearing on Tuesday.

"Thank you for acknowledging that", responded Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar, to which Graham added: "Yeah, I think it's true".

Democrat Jaime Harrison is essentially tied with Sen.

To be fair, Graham was asked by a reporter to comment on how the Barrett hearings could impact his fundraising position against Harrison - who brought in a record-setting $57 million during the third quarter of 2020.

"I don't know how much it affected fundraising today, but if you want to help me close the gap - - a little bit goes a long way", Graham said.

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President Donald Trump has a slightly wider lead over Biden in the state, leading, 49 percent to 41 percent. 'And for my opponent to suggest that says far more about him than me'. "I will do my best to continue down the path charted by Senator Grassley of having a fair and vibrant committee process".

But suddenly SC - a traditionally conservative bastion that Harrison describes as a legacy of the slave-holding "old South" - is in play, despite Graham's repeated claims that both he and Trump will win re-election in 17 days.

Graham's supporters say South Carolinians will look past his flip-flops.

"So our motto for the next few weeks until November 3 is "while I breathe, I vote" because that is how we bring hope to South Carolina", Harrison said, a play off of the state motto, "Dum spiro spero" which means, "While I breathe I hope".

Harrison, who previously ran for Democratic National Committee chair, has been able to vastly outraise Graham, who is hoping to earn a fourth Senate term in what has traditionally been a reliable red state.

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