Skip to comments.Two new polls show races tight in Senate, governor races ( Colorado )
Posted on 10/15/2014 8:03:34 AM PDT by george76
Republican Cory Gardner has opened a four-point lead in the Colorado Senate race thats key in determining whether Democrats can hold onto their majority...
Gardner held a 50 percent to 46 percent edge on first-term Democratic Sen. Mark Udall in the survey of 665 likely voters, conducted Oct. 9-13.
Udall is getting clobbered in the all-important suburbs, as well as in rural areas, and his lead in Colorado cities is not enough to overcome that
Hurting Udall is an underwater favorability rating of 45 percent with 51 percent of those surveyed saying they have an unfavorable opinion of the Democrat.
A Quinnipiac University poll also released Wednesday shows a tightening in the governors race, with Beauprez leading Hickenlooper 46 percent to 42 percent
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That would be a great pick up. Come on Colorado.
What’s dragging Democratic incumbents underwater in Colorado as in the rest of the country is people want send Obama a message.
Ten bucks says that on 10/30 “evidence” will emerge that Gardner raped a 5 year old boy in 2009.
I’ve only lived in Colorado since 1970, so I can’t be 100% sure, but there has never been such constant political bombardment as is going on right now. So sick of it. We stopped answering the phone weeks ago.
The stuff Mark “Uterus” is putting out is so obviously wrong it is having the opposite effect. That is one sleezy SOB. If we could dump Hicky-baby that would be so awesome. His efforts on behalf of Dunlap (the Chucky-cheese killer) should be enough for any Colorado’n who has lived here a while. That POS should have been executed years ago.
On a side note, Hicky come out to the Eastern Plains of Colorado during the ‘pedal the plains’ bike ride a few weeks ago. He got up in from of a few 100 people and said a few words, most of them being “ahhhhh”.
Don’t forget that democrats believe any race they are losing by less than 5% can be stolen.
Just a few of many:
JFK over Nixon in the 1960 presidential election
Christine Gregoire over Dino Rossi in the 2004 Washington state gubernatorial election
Al Franken over Norm Coleman in the 2010 Minnesota senatorial election
Senator Udall (D-Colo) took a strong stand against any limits on abortion. For the government to step in at any stage of the pregnancy to militarize a woman's vagina--- is the equivalent of saying that the woman is a slave to the fetus and must place its interests ahead of her own.
"Just call me, Sheldon, or Nikita, if anyone messes w/ your uterus."
Colorado Ping ( Let me know if you wish to be added or removed from the list.)
I do think Dummycrat voter fraud will be used extensively in Iowa---b/c if Dummy Braley loses, the long knives will be out for Michelle for screwing up her campaign appearance there.
After all, now that she finally "likes" her country and has a bit of self-esteem after "years of oppression" in elite schools.....the Obama criminal vote fraud machine can't let her royal ambitions be tarnished.
The leftie politicians made Voter fraud easier this year than ever.
The law, known as House Bill 1303, makes Colorado the only state in the country to combine two radical changes in election law: 1) abolishing the traditional polling place and having every voter mailed a ballot and 2) establishing same-day registration, which allows someone to appear at a government office and register and vote on the same day without showing photo ID or any other verifiable evidence that establishes identity. If they register online a few days before, no human being ever has to show up to register or vote
I think that the 5% fraud threshold is a little high for most of the country and for most of the state wide races. Colorado, because of this new law may well prove to be the exception. The only thing in our favor is that this is still Colorado, not Michigan, Illinois, or California. This sort of stuff works in urban area which is Pueblo and the Denver metro. Not so much in Colorado Springs and the rest of the state.
in today’s reality I would say the margin of fraud is as high as 10-15%.
And then the Democrats had the cojones to whine and complain that it wasn't fair. What stopped them was that the spotlight was on them and they couldn't get away with cheating.
Exactly. The government should instill confidence in the process. Because if they don’t, then people won’t trust the process and will either get apathetic or might resort to violence.
An election offers a peaceful transition of leadership and is better than the alternative of a coup or an all out revolution.
GOP tidal wave coming.
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