Originally Published in FreedomWorks For America
According to a telephone survey of 400 likely voters in Washington’s Fourth U.S. Congressional District, the race to replace retiring Representative Doc Hastings (R-WA) is neck and neck. Grassroots-backed Clint Didier holds a lead over opponent Dan Newhouse in their 35 percent to 33 percent head-to-head ballot matchup, with 26 percent still on the fence.
According to the poll, a 54 percent majority of voters would prefer their next Representative to go in a new and different direction than outgoing Congressman Hastings, which points to Didier’s favor as a grassroots-backed fiscal conservative. Fourth District voters are five times as likely to