If I remember correctly, Colorado Springs is a fairly conservative area. Is that correct?
Overall it’s relatively conservative though the swath he represents is a bit more diverse:)
Yes, 39% for Obama in 2008 and 37% last time, but the Dems Gerrymandered when they got control of the Senate and created one competitive district, which went to the Dems because the election was thrown to the Donkey Party (Morse got 48% of the vote) by a Libertarian candidate who managed to shoot the entire state of Colorado in the foot. The District includes liberal hotbed Colorado College (Axelrod's son is a recent grad). The 'O'kids get back on campus two weeks before the recall election. Literally millions of $$$ coming in from out of state. Should be interesting.
Giron, in the Pueblo district is a little different, in that Pueblo is historically Democrat, but with lots of old Reaganite Dems, maybe the last bastion of "conservative Democrats." A lot of 'Old Spanish' (i.e., been here since before the Mayflower and most can't speak one sentence in Spanish) who tend to be socially conservative, and on social issues could go against the social engineers.
Odd fact about Colorado Springs: It's run totally by Republicans, but on the scale of "income equality" it has the least differentiation between top and bottom of any city in the U.S.