Neophyte politician and porn enthusiast Susanna Gibson’s electoral fortunes are in freefall after racy video footage emerged of the pol and her hubby.
The Democratic candidate for the Virginia legislature was literally caught in the act and even soliciting tips during one of her online sex shows.
Now, her poll numbers have dropped by a whopping 10% among likely voters in her district.
Gibson, who is running to represent the 57th District in the Old Dominion’s House of Delegates, now trails Republican David Owen by 49.5% to 38.9%, a Cygnal poll exclusively obtained by the New York Post reveals.
Before the scandal exploded in early September, Owen had a narrow 4% lead. Then, the Washington Post broke the sex show story.
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More than 80% were aware of Gibson’s carnal capers.
In the GOP camp, operatives smell blood in the water.
“It’s no surprise that Ms. Gibson’s polling poorly,” Owens spokesman Aaron Evans told the Post. “David Owen is remaining focused on his common-sense agenda of renewing the economy, lowering crime, and improving our schools for the future of Virginia families.”
For her part, Gibson, 40, has refused to bail on the election to save the day for the Democrats.
An unknown local political gadfly in suburban Richmond, Gibson is now very well known — but not for the reasons she had hoped. She streamed more than a dozen live sex romps with her hubby to the delight of her 5,770 Chaturbate followers.
She maintained the account even after announcing her candidacy. Using the handle HotWifeExperience, Gibson last posted a photo on Sept. 5, 2022.
Gibson and her lawyer husband pressed fans for more “tokens” in exchange for certain sex acts. She claimed she was “raising money for a good cause.”
The political rookie has slammed her political opponents for “gutter politics.”
She said in a statement: “My political opponents and their Republican allies have proven they’re willing to commit a sex crime to attack me and my family because there’s no line they won’t cross to silence women when they speak up.
“There’s too much at stake in this election and I’ll never stop fighting for our community.”
Her legal team claims the videos are in violation of the state’s revenge porn laws.
The Cygnal poll surveyed 325 likely voters in the 57th District between Sept. 19 and 21, with a margin of error of plus or minus 5.4%.