Survey Indicates 8th District Voters Want 'Generational Change'
A.Y. has obtained the results of a recent telephone survey of Eighth Congressional District voters. Former congressional candidate Jim Hurysz paid for the survey, which obtained responses from 500 randomly-selected voters from across the 8th CD.
What do 8th CD voters want in their next Congressman or Congresswoman? They want a person in his / her early 40's, who is moderate-to-progressive, and who will work to solve outstanding problems. They do not want a person who's been a long-term incumbent on a board of supervisors or in the General Assembly and who's supported the status quo.
So, the voters don't want another Jim Moran or a Patrick Murray. They want a young and energetic person representing them in Congress who will get things done.