Shock poll shows Kid Rock with huge lead in Michigan GOP Senate primary

Shock poll shows Kid Rock with huge lead in Michigan GOP Senate primary
Kid Rock signs autographs after the USO Holiday Tour stop in Kandahar, Afghanistan, Commons Wikimedia

[Ed. – It would be inaccurate to call it the Trump effect, since despite of the Left’s caricature of him as profane, he has never actually cursed in public. It would be accurate to say that some in America have grown weary of conventional candidates and business as usual inside the Beltway. Having just witnessed three Republicans committing an act of unparalleled betrayal of their party and the country, is it any wonder?]

Popular musician Kid Rock, real name Robert Ritchie, has been flirting with a Senate run in Michigan and a poll out Friday shows him far ahead in the Republican primary and within the margin of error in the general election.

Ritchie has yet to decide whether to run for office, and released a statement on Wednesday about all the speculation in which he announced he is starting a non-profit group to encourage voter registration.

“One thing is for sure though…The democrats are ‘shattin’ in their pantaloons’ right now … and rightfully so!,” Richie said in the statement. “We will be scheduling a press conference in the next 6 weeks or so to address this issue amongst others, and if I decide to throw my hat in the ring for US Senate, believe me. … it’s game on mthrfkers.”

The poll released by Trafalgar Group shows that indeed it will be “game on” if Ritchie runs. The musician leads among potential Republican candidates with 49.62 percent. In second is “undecided” with 28.10 percent.

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