New Polls Show Far-Left Rep Who Pulled Congressional Fire Alarm to be Crushed in Democrat Primary

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Recent polling reportedly indicates that New York Democratic Rep. Jamaal Bowman, who recently postponed a congressional vote by activating a Capitol Hill fire alarm, is substantially behind his opponent in the forthcoming primary.

Bowman is currently contending with a formidable reelection campaign in the 16th Congressional District, as he is substantially behind his Democratic opponent, George Latimer, in the forthcoming June 25 primary.

Bowman is currently trailing Latimer by 17 points in a recent poll conducted by Emerson College Polling/PIX11/The Hill. Latimer has secured 48% of the vote, while Bowman has only 31%.

Additionally, 21% of voters are still undecided.

Executive of Westchester County Latimer, who currently maintains a substantial advantage, appears to be susceptible to the influence of varying perspectives regarding the Israel-Hamas conflict.

Bowman has faced criticism for previously referring to Israel as a “apartheid” state, while Latimer maintains a staunch stance in favor of the Jewish state.

Latimer’s moderate politics and extensive tenure in Westchester, which dates back to the late 1980s, also contribute to his appeal. Bowman is supported by 51% of voters, while he is supported by 65% of voters.

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