Skip to comments.Colorado voter registration statistics
Posted on 07/16/2012 9:01:13 AM PDT by Ravi
713,506 Dems 829,259 Repubs 668,182 Indies
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How many of the I are actually conservatives and don’t want to be associated with the R party?
I wonder how many of these people are dead. They usually vote solid Democrat.
Quite a few I would guess. I would but then I can't participate in primaries.
Hear ya! In Indiana we no longer have registered party affiliation for the primary. We simply request a ballot of whichever party we want. Many couples get one of each, so they have a say in local elections,
When I moved here all local offices were D. We had a D congressman. In 2010 all Rs were elected. This year, county over for us had six local, two state offices where no D’s ran....Thank you Bill Clinton and B O. Folks in our area have seen the light.
Must be nice. Because of refugees from Kalifornia and a few wealthy Dem trustfunders, we are drifting left. Hope that starts to reverse this year.
You have quite a few from our area too.
“713,506 Dems 829,259 Repubs 668,182 Indies”
This must explain why NBC gave Democrats a +16 Polling advantage last month, to show Obama leading in Colorado by +4, right???
well i am a registerd dim in colorado (long story) but other than the 1990 senate primary (which is why i registered as a dim) i have never voted for a dim
The indies will break for Romney.
trend is the right direction. I checked a few other states, IA, FL and NV and found the same situation. Florida had a 700,000 voter registration advantage in 2008, something like 4.8 million to 4.1 million. This year, that advantage is half that.
I think we are going to see WI like results in all of the swing States.
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