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To: patriciaruth
You need to add CO as a possible GOP loss, and I think it's safe to remove NC as at risk. TN is more worrisome to me than NC, though I think Lamar will pull it out. There are a ton of polls on all these races, from a variety of sources. I have a spreadsheet with over 185 Senate polls, but it's not something you can post here. But here's a link that might help. Senate Polls

Scroll down below Governor Races to get to the Senate polls.

19 posted on 09/13/2002 7:46:33 AM PDT by Coop
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20 posted on 09/13/2002 8:05:51 AM PDT by Free the USA
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To: Coop
My husband agrees with you that the Colorado Senate race is under the radar and shouldn't be. We just watched a debate between the environmental, corporate crimes lawyer and Allard, the veterinarian current Senator.

Opponent appeared with mustache and no tie and a flag pin in his lapel. Allard was, well, "low key" might be a way to put it, in his demeanor for this debate in the Western, rural half of the state, and not as sharp and aggressive as the Republican governor had been in his debate just before this one, but he had positions and answers and proof he had been working for the State and did okay.

Luckily, his opponent isn't a down home guy but a lawyer who leans a touch toward environmental wacko. Hopefully Colorado isn't totally inundated with Aspen liberals yet, so Allard may hold on despite the apparently vicious ad campaign the Dems are running against him.

Still, vicious ads may back fire against the Dems in Western Colorado like it may be backfiring against the Dems in Southern North Carolina.

Please keep me alerted to any shift in the polls there.

23 posted on 09/13/2002 10:32:42 PM PDT by patriciaruth
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