The latest Emerson Poll on the Wisconsin GOP primary for governor shows Trump-endorsed businessman Tim Michels within two points of Pence-endorsed Rino Rebecca Kleefisch. The GOP establishment’s pick Kleefisch receives 41% to conservative Michels’s 39% among very likely Republican primary voters.
Republican candidate and the other conservative Tim Ramthun, is polling around 8%.
The margin of error on the poll, fielded August 3-5, is 3.2%. (Nicholson, also on the list in the poll has already dropped out.)
While Ramthun, along with Michels, has taken a strong stand against election fraud in Wisconsin, he is in the unfortunate position of now enabling Kleefisch to snatch victory away from motivated conservative Republicans seeking reform and integrity in their state.
Michels has made election integrity and “standing up to the radical left” a cornerstone of his campaign, along with school choice and a parental bill of rights – a clear contrast with schoolteacher radical Tony Evers’s unapologetic teachers-union first platform.
President Trump’s stellar record endorsing America-First candidates this primary season is poised to continue as he stumps for Michels. Ramthun’s draw of votes would allow Michels to command a strong lead over Pence’s Kleefisch.
As Gateway Pundit readers know — we have supported Timothy Ramthun and the incredible work he has accomplished during the past two years in getting to the bottom of the election fraud in Wisconsin.
But at this point, Tim Michels is the best MAGA choice to win the primary election.
As thousands of people attended a rally President Trump held for Tim Michels in Waukesha, Wisconsin, Friday night, the air of hope is extending to this battleground state that will impact the next presidential election.
Tim Michels is the candidate who can defeat the Wisconsin RINOs.
The Wisconsin primary election is tomorrow, Tuesday August, 9th.