A new Rasmussen Reports poll has Former New Hampshire Gov. Jeanne ShaheenCynthia (Jeanne) Jeanne ShaheenOvernight Defense: VA chief won't resign | Dem wants probe into VA hacking claim | Trump official denies plan for 'bloody nose' N. Korea strike | General '100 percent' confident in US missile defense Trump official denies US planning 'bloody nose' strike on North Korea House Oversight Committee opens probe into sexual abuse of gymnasts MORE (D) ahead of Sen. John Sununu (R) in the rematch of their 2002 Senate race.

Shaheen receives 51 percent compared to Sununu's 43 percent in the poll, taken April 30. She also led Sununu by eight points in Rasmussen surveys taken in February and March.

Shaheen lost their 2002 race by just five points. Democrats blamed Shaheen's loss on Republican efforts to jam party and union phone lines used to turnout voters on election day. Two GOP operatives were convicted in connection with the phone jamming case, though one of the verdicts was was overturned.