Armstrong holds lead over Miller for Governor's race in multiple polls

(Bismarck, ND) – A poll regarding the North Dakota governor’s race shows Congressman Kelly Armstrong holding a large lead over the current Lieutenant Governor and his challenger, Tammy Miller.

According to FiveThirtyEight, Armstrong had 56 percent of the support of the 400 individuals polled who were sampled as likely voters. The poll was conducted by DFM Research and sponsored by North Dakota United, the state’s teachers union.

Additionally, a poll conducted by Guidant Polling and Strategy, sampled 500 likely voters. That poll showed Armstrong with a 41 percent advantage in support.

"Tammy being ‘not particularly liked’ is quite the understatement. Tammy Miller and Joe Biden are the least liked politicians in North Dakota for good reason. North Dakotans remember Tammy Miller giving her cash to liberals and sending our North Dakota tax dollars to China. Voters have seen right through Tammy’s not-so-subtle attempts to reinvent herself during her run for governor and are rejecting her increasingly desperate and dishonest campaign,” said Armstrong Campaign Spokeswoman Jacy Schafer.