Marjorie Taylor Greene as Vice President

FDR famously said we have nothing to fear but fear itself. But FDR didn’t have Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene serving on the Homeland Security Committee. And now, in an apparent attempt to terrify the American people, rumors abound that Marjorie Taylor Greene wants to be former President Trump’s runnin…

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New Year, New Hope in the Battle Against Extremism

There’s no shortage of terms used to describe the zero-sum, burn-it-all-down movement toward chaos politics that has hijacked the GOP in recent years. Illiberal. Anti-democracy. Authoritarian. White Nationalist. Populist. Fascist. Far Right. Alt Right. Ultra MAGA. With such a shape-shifting movement…

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Authoritarians Still At the Gate 

Not much surprises us anymore. After years of watching the Republican Party increasingly embrace authoritarianism, nothing the GOP does is particularly shocking. So when Russia launched its full-scale war on Ukraine earlier this year, it made perfect sense that many Republicans and far-right comment…

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‘Tis the Season for Election Denial

The 2022 midterms weren't kind to election deniers, but some Arizona Republicans keep trying to undermine election integrity.

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Take It from Honest Abe: Time to Stand Right or Stand Down

Abraham Lincoln said, “Stand with anybody that stands right. Stand with him while he is right, and part with him when he goes wrong.” It’s solid advice from a wise man, something many of us would teach and expect of our children. Yet we expect it neither from the people running our country, nor of&h…

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ARIZONA SENATE POLL: Masters Makes Gains with Undecideds, but Unlikely to Overcome Kelly’s Huge Favorability Advantage 

Center Street's latest poll of the Arizona Senate race shows incumbent Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly (D) with a significant preference lead in all polling categories over his Republican challenger, Blake Masters, a week out from the election.

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OHIO SENATE POLL: As Undecideds Break, Vance Has Advantage; Turnout Will Decide Statistical Tie

Center Street’s latest Ohio Senate poll shows Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan in a statistical tie with J.D. Vance for Ohio’s U.S. Senate seat. Ryan has a slight lead over Vance among registered voters, 42% to 40%, with 18% undecided. When undecided voters, also considered “Leans,” are allocated by 2…

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There’s No Debate: Dr. Oz is Like Bad Medicine

Speaking about Dr. Oz, a friend recently asked, “Why would someone give up fame, fortune and respect to become a senator?” The question seemed as relevant as ever after watching the soul-destroying Pennsylvania Senate debate last night. As sometimes happens, my mind bounced around from the debate to…

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Mike Lee vs. Mike Lee

Perhaps you read an op-ed in the Salt Lake Tribune the other day, written by “Sen. Mike Lee’s campaign.” In it, the campaign touts Sen. Lee’s earned “reputation as a principled conservative,” listing his extensive legal credentials, legislative accomplishments and advocacy for limited government and…

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POLL: Lauren Boebert Tied With Adam Frisch in Colorado-03 Among Registered Voters, But Frisch Struggles to Raise Awareness

  Center Street PAC released a new poll of the Colorado-03 congressional race, showing Republican Congresswoman Lauren Boebert in a statistical tie with Democratic challenger Adam Frisch. The survey revealed 45% of Colorado registered voters prefer Frisch while 40% prefer Boebert. However, a vi…

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UTAH SENATE: Lee Has Big Advantage Over McMullin Among Likely Voters, But Tied Among Registered Voters

A new poll from Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com), a nonpartisan political action committee, shows Republican Sen. Mike Lee has a significant lead in preference over independent Evan McMullin 50% to 38% among likely voters, with 12% undecided. However, among registered voters, the two cand…

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POLL: Voters Prefer Kelly over Masters 55% to 38% as Kelly’s Favorability Soars

A new poll from Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com), a nonpartisan political action committee, shows likely voters prefer Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly over Republican Blake Masters 55% to 38% in the race for Arizona’s U.S. Senate seat. Kelly also leads in preference among registered voters, 54…

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Would Reagan Recognize the Republican Party? No.

Ronald Reagan would not recognize this Republican Party. Instead of Reagan’s optimism, we see a GOP that stokes fear of people of color, of different ethnicities and religious beliefs. It’s a party that would rather cast stones and close borders than align themselves with the proponent of a stronger…

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POLL: Tim Ryan Leads J.D. Vance 49% to 38% Among Likely Voters, 14% Undecided

Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com), a nonpartisan political action committee, released a new poll of Ohio’s U.S. Senate race today, showing Democrat Rep. Tim Ryan (D) leading Republican J.D. Vance 49% to 38% among likely voters, with 14% undecided. Among registered voters, Ryan leads 43% to…

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POLL: Fetterman Leads Oz 55% to 36% Among Likely Voters in Pennsylvania’s Senate Race

A new poll from Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com), a nonpartisan political action committee, shows Lt. Governor John Fetterman (D) leads Dr. Mehmet Oz (R) 55% to 36% among likely voters, with 9% of voters undecided, in the U.S. Senate race in Pennsylvania. Among registered voters, Fetterma…

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SENATE POLLS: Extremist Candidates Trail Democrats in Arizona, Georgia and Pennsylvania; Rubio & Lee Maintain Leads in Florida and Utah

Center Street PAC released new polls for several U.S. Senate races today. With just over six weeks until the 2022 midterm elections, voters in Pennsylvania, Arizona and Georgia say they will vote for Democratic candidates over Republican candidates who have taken extreme positions on a host of issue…

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POLL: Tim Ryan Leads J.D. Vance 48% to 39% in Ohio’s Senate Race

Center Street PAC’s latest poll on Ohio’s U.S. Senate race shows Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) continues to lead Republican J.D. Vance 48% to 39% among likely voters, with 13% undecided. While there was little movement since August polling, Vance saw some improvement, as previously undecided Trum…

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POLL: Marco Rubio Leads Val Demings 52% to 41% among Likely Voters in Florida’s Senate Race

ORLANDO, Fla. – (Aug. 17, 2022) – A new poll from Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com), a non-partisan political action committee, shows Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) has a significant lead over Rep. Val Demings (D-FL) in Florida’s U.S. Senate race.  Rubio leads Demings 52% to 41% among likely vote…

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POLL: Mark Kelly Leads Blake Masters 54% to 40% Among Likely Voters in Arizona’s U.S. Senate Race

PHOENIX, Ariz. – (Aug. 10, 2022) – A new poll from Center Street PAC, a non-partisan political action committee, shows Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ) has 14% margin over venture capitalist Blake Masters in the race for Arizona’s U.S. Senate seat. Kelly leads 54% to 40% among Likely Voters, with only 7% unde…

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Center Street PAC Partners with Renew America Movement

WASHINGTON, D.C. – (Aug. 5 2022) – Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com), a nonpartisan political action committee, announced today a new partnership with Renew America Movement (RAM). As part of the partnership, Center Street will support key House and Senate candidates and elected leaders – …

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POLL: Tim Ryan Leads J.D. Vance 49% to 38% Among Likely Voters in Ohio’s U.S. Senate Race

COLUMBUS, Ohio – (Aug. 4 2022) – A new poll from Center Street PAC, a non-partisan political action committee, shows Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) leads Republican J.D. Vance 49% to 38%, among Likely Voters, with 12% undecided. The numbers continue the upward trend in support for Ryan, whose lead over Vance …

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Center Street Candidate Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler Eyes Victory in WA-03 Primary

Washington is among states holding primaries tonight, and one race in particular has our attention. Six-term Republican Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler faces primary challenges from several far-right challengers, including author Heidi St. John & Trump-endorsed Joe Kent. Luckily, Rep. Herrer…

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POLL: Fetterman Takes Sizable Lead Over Dr. Oz, 52% to 38% Among Likely Voters; 10% Undecided in Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate Race

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – (Aug. 2 2022) – Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman leads Dr. Mehmet Oz 52% to 38% among likely voters in Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate race, according to a new poll from nonpartisan political action committee Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com). Ten percent …

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POLL: FL-07 GOP Primary is Wide Open, but Mills Could Be the Favorite

ORLANDO, Fla. – (July 15, 2022) – The race for Florida’s 7th Congressional District (FL-07) Republican nomination is wide open, according to a new poll from Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com), a nonpartisan political action committee. However, the survey of Florida voters shows Cory Mills m…

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SENATE POLL: Lee Leads McMullin 50% to 36% in Utah, But Poll Shows Pathway to McMullin Victory

SALT LAKE CITY – (July 14, 2022) – A new poll from nonpartisan political action committee Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com) shows Republican incumbent Senator Mike Lee leads independent Evan McMullin 50% to 36% among Likely Voters in the race for Utah’s U.S. Senate seat. Results show 15% o…

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POLL: Rubio Leads 45% to 40% (50% to 42% among LV) but Demings Makes Major Gains

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – (July 13, 2022) – A new poll from nonpartisan political action committee Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com) shows Florida Senator Marco Rubio leads Congresswoman Val Demings (R-FL) 45% to 40% among Florida voters, with 16% undecided. Among Likely Voters, Rubio leads 50% …

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POLL: Trump’s Favorability Slips As More Florida Republicans Favor DeSantis

TALLAHASEE, Fla. – (July 11, 2022) – A new poll of Florida Republicans from nonpartisan political action committee Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com) shows former President Donald Trump’s favorability slipped from March to July 2022, while Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ popularity increased…

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POLL: Rep. Tim Ryan Leads JD Vance in Ohio Senate Race 43% to 34%

COLUMBUS, Ohio – (July 7, 2022) – A new poll from nonpartisan political action committee Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com) shows Democrat Tim Ryan leads his Republican opponent J.D. Vance in the race for Ohio’s U.S. Senate seat. Congressman Ryan, who represents Ohio’s 13th District, is at …

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POLL: Lauren Boebert’s low favorability makes her beatable, but Democrats need better name recognition

ASPEN, Colo. – (June 29, 2022) – A new poll from Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com), a nonpartisan political action committee, shows Rep. Lauren Boebert (CO-03) holds a 39% favorability within her district, while 44% of her constituents have an unfavorable view of her. While Boebert’s…

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Center Street PAC Selects Ocean Bridge Media for Media Strategy & Planning

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – (June 21, 2022) – Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com), a nonpartisan political action committee, announced the appointment of Ocean Bridge Media (OBM) as the media strategy and planning agency. OBM (www.oceanbridgegroup.com) will manage advertising p…

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POLL: Majority of Americans Believe Jan 6 Rioters Should Be Punished

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TALLAHASSEE, Fla., (June 9, 2022) – A majority of Americans – 63% – believe the people who attacked the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, should be punished, according to a new poll from Center Street Political Action Committee (Center Street). While certain results were anticipate…

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In Politics, Trust is a One-Way Street

When someone asks you if you trust a certain politician, chances are, the answer could be complicated though the answer is toss-up. If they are your representative and belong to your party, then you do trust them. If they’re in your party, then you do. If they’re not in your party, then you don’t.  …

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Drowning in the Swamp of Partisanship

For years we’ve heard the phrase “drain the swamp.” The oft-heard reference to Washington, D.C. – literally built on a swamp –  didn’t start with Donald Trump. Socialists first used the phrase in the late 1800’s, calling for “draining the capitalist swamp.” In the 1980s, President R…

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War Zones on the Homefront

You fasten all the triggersFor the others to fireThen you sit back and watchWhen the death count gets highYou hide in your mansionWhile the young people’s bloodFlows out of their bodiesAnd is buried in the mud You’ve thrown the worst fearThat can ever be hurledFear to bring childrenInto …

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A Rebirth of Normalcy for the GOP and a Blue-Collar Hope for Dems?

Center Street PAC looks at Pennsylvania & North Carolina primary results One immediate takeaway from Tuesday night’s primaries: incumbent extremist and former GOP “Rising Star,” Madison Cawthorn, will no longer be a congressman come Jan. 2, 2023. Bye Madison! Meanwhile, Democrats have chosen the…

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Are PAC’s Nonpartisan? Why We’re Different

When you watch our introductory video featuring former Congressman and 2020 Presidential candidate, Joe Walsh, you’ll noticed the emphasis on Center Street being different from the rest of the political action committees (PAC) out there. With so much noise and so many organizations competing for you…

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In Clickbait Culture, Is “Responsible” Sexy?

A question came to us yesterday: How do you make “reasonable and responsible” candidates engaging? How can people get fired up about candidates who aren’t throwing verbal bombs, screaming about the apocalypse, or telling you a vote for their opponent means WWIII? Hearing from someo…

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Tragedy in Buffalo

As a country we stand in witness of yet another act of incredibly senseless violence in the name of nonsensical political ideology. The loss of 10 innocent lives, destroyed by an insane person, resonates with all of us. And while we know how weak and fruitless simple words are to console families, f…

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