Alan Grayson ahead of Pat Murphy in first statewide Florida DEM primary poll.

Do you believe in miracles? 

Oh, don’t tease me like this.

The first statewide survey of the [Florida] Democratic Senate race since [Alan] Grayson formally announced his campaign found Grayson leading [Patrick] Murphy by nearly seven points – 30 to 23 percent. Just over 17 percent said “someone else,” and 22 percent are undecided.

Do not.  By which you may safely assume whom I am not particularly distressed to have a man that I once described as dressing like “an ex-KGB agent who was now taking on a second career as a Mafiya pimp” running for a statewide race in Florida.  Frankly, I relish this opportunity; and if you click the Alan Grayson tab below, you’ll soon figure out why.  And, honestly, the Florida Republican Party is probably going to absolutely throw themselves in this race, and for good reason: it’s always nice to mix business with pleasure.

Via BigGator5.

Moe Lane (crosspost)

8 thoughts on “Alan Grayson ahead of Pat Murphy in first statewide Florida DEM primary poll.”

  1. I hate to rain on your parade but the downside to Grayson winning the primary is that he might actually win the general . More unlikely things have happened.
    Grayson is the sort that should really bad things happen, he would be the first to insist on detention camps- for all kinds of potential miscreants.

    1. “More unlikely things have happened.”

      …Name three. 🙂

      Moe Lane

      PS: Seriously, the Democratic party might very well feed oppo to the Florida GOP if Grayson wins the nomination. It takes a lot of disaster-generation to offset the usefulness of having one more Senator in your camp – but Alan Grayson is up to that challenge.

      1. Governor Larry Hogan.
        Governor Frank White (R, Arkansas, 1980)
        Senator d’Amato, 1980
        Clinton (multiple ) returns from the dead to win in 1992.
        I agree it’s unlikely, but….

  2. The back and forth between Grayson and John Morgan, who is a monster Dem supporter in FL, is nothing short of glorious. I mean, at one point, Grayson called Morgan’s wife a golddigger.

    1. Which is ironic, because IIRC he called his own wife that during their divorce proceedings.

      (Interestingly (?), when I tried to google “alan grayson divorce”, I got as far as the i in the last word and Google autosuggested “alan grayson die” which seems harsh.)

      1. You know what, you’re right. *rereads article* Well that was a poorly constructed sentence. It actually was referring to Grayson and his now exwife. Still, Grayson v Morgan is entertaining.

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