(90-second read) WHILE KNOPP CLAIMS SUPPORT IS 10-TO-1, ONE VOTER DEMANDS PROOF
A 24-hour Facebook poll asking readers if Rep. Gary Knopp is on the right track show some startling results that would normally get any politician’s attention.
Fully 93 percent of the poll participants say Knopp is not on track in his power-sharing plan for the House of Representatives, which would give 50 percent of the power to the Democrat minority in a sort of “Caucus of the Whole” plan.
While not scientific, the poll stands in stark contrast to what Knopp wrote to the Republican Women of the Kenai in a letter he sent to them, claiming that letters from his constituents are running 10-to-1 in favor of his leaving the Republican majority to form up a bipartisan coalition.
The poll results are here:
KENAI VOTER ASKS TO SEE THE LETTERS
“For every letter of frustration that I receive, I receive tenfold in support of my efforts,” Knopp wrote to the Republican Women of the Kenai.
Knopp’s claim of overwhelming support for his position has been challenged by a Kenai voter who wants the representative to prove that he actually has those letters.
Danny Dykema sent a letter to Knopp a week ago, but received no response.
Today, he sent another letter to him, asking him to prove his 10-to-1 claim.