It's interesting that Beauprez is stronger against Hickenlooper (38% R to 43% D) than Holtzman is against Hickenlooper (36% R to 46% D), but then Holtzman is stronger against Ritter (39% R to 36% D) than Beauprez is against Ritter (39% R to 38% D). Isn't that a bit odd?
What office is the popular liberal activist Dottie Lamm seeking this year? If she keeps running long enough, she bound to win sooner, rather than later.
Mayor of Denver = $136,920($102,690)
Governor of Colorado = $90,000
That's interesting, as Bill Ritter is one of the more reasonable Democrats in Colorado.
If Beauprez isn't going to be our gubernatorial nominee, I hope he changes his mind and runs for reelection, since his district could go either way in an open-seat situation (President Bush got 49% in 2000 and 48% in 2004 and Beauprez won by like 100 votes in 2002).
Why isn't Beauprez doing better? He's a solid conservative with good name ID and proven ability of winning votes from independents.