Here's an indication that 35th Assembly candidate Das Williams' private polling shows that he's in very good shape heading into the final days of his campaign against Republican Mike Stoker:
On Oct. 21 and again on Monday, Williams' campaign made separate contributions to the state Democratic Party totalling $39,000.
In an earlier post, I had reported that the party contributed the money to Williams. In fact, in further researching the reports today, I discovered that the party received the money from Williams. Huge difference. What it shows it that Williams is now confident enough of victory that he has been able to help the party by giving it money that can be spent in other, more closely contested races around the state.
If he does in fact win, those contributions will put him in good standing with Assembly
Speaker John Perez and the rest of the Assembly Democratic caucus.