SALT LAKE (ABC 4 News) - Utah Senator Bob Bennett may no longer be the front-runner for his own party's nomination.
According to reliable Republican sources, Bennett now trails GOP challenger Mike Lee by a significant amount among GOP delegates.
According to our sources, Mike Lee's campaign has conducted two large surveys in the last month.
Each polled between a quarter and a third of the delegates to next month's Republican state convention.
Reportedly, Mike Lee is first with 37 percent of the delegate vote.
Bennett is said to be second at 22 percent.
Tim Bridgewater, according to information given to ABC 4, is third at 20.5%
And Cherilyn Eagar, we're told, is in 4th place at 13% of those polled.
Here's the problem I have with this:
How do we know this was an unbiased poll?
After all, if you're going to be leaking a poll (especially with that much detail), to Chris Vancour, why does it have to be accurate?
For all we know, The question was "If the convention was today, which of the following candidates would you vote for? Mike "Superhero" Lee, Bob "Old Fart Who Likes Big Banks" Bennett, Tim "Nobody" Bridgewater, or Crazy Cherilyn Eagar?"