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Tender Branson
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« on: March 12, 2014, 03:19:59 am »

Hickenlooper 44, Gessler 38

Not in the Rasmussen link, but via RCP:

Hickenlooper 46, Tancredo 37
Hickenlooper 42, Brophy 33

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections/election_2014/colorado/election_2014_colorado_governor
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« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2014, 03:30:31 am »

Six points and under 50 still doesn't seem that comfortable to me.
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« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2014, 10:55:56 am »

A Republican can win against Hick, but everything will have to go right for them and wrong for Hick.

This is an early CO poll, this is Rasmussen and I heard that Gessler is very moderate.
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« Reply #3 on: March 12, 2014, 11:02:59 am »

Beauprez wasn't tested?...
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« Reply #4 on: March 12, 2014, 01:55:14 pm »

Approval 44% -- 50% chance of winning for an incumbent. Hickenlooper has campaigned for the office and won. He must campaign to win...

I don't see the approval rating, but I'd bet on him winning re-election. 
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« Reply #5 on: March 12, 2014, 02:14:51 pm »


I know, right?

Hick is polling in the low to mid 40s as an incumbent in a right-trending state with a rock star Republican at the top of the ticket for Senate and Hick is comfortable? Maybe as comfortable as a PETA activist at your local Outback.

Besides, Beauprez is a slight favorite to win the nomination and he was inexplicably left out of this poll.

I say Hick has whatever advantage incumbency gives you, but it isn't much.
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« Reply #6 on: March 12, 2014, 02:45:55 pm »


I know, right?

Hick is polling in the low to mid 40s as an incumbent in a right-trending state with a rock star Republican at the top of the ticket for Senate and Hick is comfortable? Maybe as comfortable as a PETA activist at your local Outback.

Besides, Beauprez is a slight favorite to win the nomination and he was inexplicably left out of this poll.

I say Hick has whatever advantage incumbency gives you, but it isn't much.

What are you talking about?

Also, how is Cory Gardner a rock star? He's about as overrated as Ed Gillespie.
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« Reply #7 on: March 12, 2014, 03:38:49 pm »

hi

I know, right?

Hick is polling in the low to mid 40s as an incumbent in a right-trending state with a rock star Republican at the top of the ticket for Senate and Hick is comfortable? Maybe as comfortable as a PETA activist at your local Outback.

Besides, Beauprez is a slight favorite to win the nomination and he was inexplicably left out of this poll.

I say Hick has whatever advantage incumbency gives you, but it isn't much.

What are you talking about?

Also, how is Cory Gardner a rock star? He's about as overrated as Ed Gillespie.

Cory Gardner is a Rubioesque young face of the GOP. He is about as good as it gets for the Republican Party, and he was, in many ways, angling for this role for years.

And I suspect that Mark Udall would very much love to have Mark Warner's favotability and opponent.
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« Reply #8 on: March 12, 2014, 06:41:23 pm »

New Poll: Colorado Governor by Rasmussen on 2014-03-06

Summary: D: 44%, R: 38%, U: 11%

Poll Source URL: Full Poll Details
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« Reply #9 on: March 12, 2014, 07:56:35 pm »

hi

I know, right?

Hick is polling in the low to mid 40s as an incumbent in a right-trending state with a rock star Republican at the top of the ticket for Senate and Hick is comfortable? Maybe as comfortable as a PETA activist at your local Outback.

Besides, Beauprez is a slight favorite to win the nomination and he was inexplicably left out of this poll.

I say Hick has whatever advantage incumbency gives you, but it isn't much.

What are you talking about?

Also, how is Cory Gardner a rock star? He's about as overrated as Ed Gillespie.

Cory Gardner is a Rubioesque young face of the GOP. He is about as good as it gets for the Republican Party, and he was, in many ways, angling for this role for years.

And I suspect that Mark Udall would very much love to have Mark Warner's favotability and opponent.

So you're admitting Gardner is a light-weight joke? Rubio isn't even that popular with Republicans, dude. How is Gardner going to win in Colorado if he can't appeal to the moderates? Hint: he can't, and he won't...
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« Reply #10 on: March 13, 2014, 05:40:10 am »


I know, right?

Hick is polling in the low to mid 40s as an incumbent in a right-trending state with a rock star Republican at the top of the ticket for Senate and Hick is comfortable? Maybe as comfortable as a PETA activist at your local Outback.

Besides, Beauprez is a slight favorite to win the nomination and he was inexplicably left out of this poll.

I say Hick has whatever advantage incumbency gives you, but it isn't much.
Huh

hi

I know, right?

Hick is polling in the low to mid 40s as an incumbent in a right-trending state with a rock star Republican at the top of the ticket for Senate and Hick is comfortable? Maybe as comfortable as a PETA activist at your local Outback.

Besides, Beauprez is a slight favorite to win the nomination and he was inexplicably left out of this poll.

I say Hick has whatever advantage incumbency gives you, but it isn't much.

What are you talking about?

Also, how is Cory Gardner a rock star? He's about as overrated as Ed Gillespie.

Cory Gardner is a Rubioesque young face of the GOP. He is about as good as it gets for the Republican Party, and he was, in many ways, angling for this role for years.

And I suspect that Mark Udall would very much love to have Mark Warner's favotability and opponent.
He's an extremist who can't be elected without the vote on the left being split?
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« Reply #11 on: March 13, 2014, 09:44:21 am »


I know, right?

Hick is polling in the low to mid 40s as an incumbent in a right-trending state with a rock star Republican at the top of the ticket for Senate and Hick is comfortable? Maybe as comfortable as a PETA activist at your local Outback.

Besides, Beauprez is a slight favorite to win the nomination and he was inexplicably left out of this poll.

I say Hick has whatever advantage incumbency gives you, but it isn't much.

[Citation needed]
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« Reply #12 on: March 14, 2014, 10:10:10 am »


I know, right?

Hick is polling in the low to mid 40s as an incumbent in a right-trending state with a rock star Republican at the top of the ticket for Senate and Hick is comfortable? Maybe as comfortable as a PETA activist at your local Outback.

Besides, Beauprez is a slight favorite to win the nomination and he was inexplicably left out of this poll.

I say Hick has whatever advantage incumbency gives you, but it isn't much.
Ok where did you hear this?  I would prefer Gardner over Beauprez, he had a terrible year in 2006, don't forget. Lost by 15 points if IIRC.
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« Reply #13 on: March 15, 2014, 01:15:44 am »


I know, right?

Hick is polling in the low to mid 40s as an incumbent in a right-trending state with a rock star Republican at the top of the ticket for Senate and Hick is comfortable? Maybe as comfortable as a PETA activist at your local Outback.

Besides, Beauprez is a slight favorite to win the nomination and he was inexplicably left out of this poll.

I say Hick has whatever advantage incumbency gives you, but it isn't much.
Ok where did you hear this?  I would prefer Gardner over Beauprez, he had a terrible year in 2006, don't forget. Lost by 15 points if IIRC.

Getting your races mixed up.
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« Reply #14 on: March 16, 2014, 02:10:49 pm »

53-45% Hickenlooper at the end. It won't be that competitive.
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