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June 22, 2018 11:21 AM UTC

Who Will be the Democratic Nominee for Governor? (Round 3)

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  • by: Colorado Pols

We continue to post these online polls every few days until the June 26th Primary as a way of gauging the perceptions of politically-astute observers (like you) on the state of the race for Governor.

Remember: We want to know who you think will be the winner in this race — not who you support or who you would prefer to see emerge victorious. Cast your vote below.

Who Will be the Democratic Nominee for Governor? (Round 3)

 

PRIOR RESULTS:

June 14, 2018

♦ June 18, 2018

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4 thoughts on “Who Will be the Democratic Nominee for Governor? (Round 3)

      1. No, he didn't.  Not even Bernie Sanders could win the ,Colorado primary in a year when Colorado didn 't have a primary.  He just packed the Caucuses.

        but RandR is right.  The Times makes Jared look a lot more left than his actual record.  The Convention, a liberal lot, went heavily for Cary.

        Now, we'll see if $11 million can buy a nomination.

        Our family sent four vot es to Cary.  but i f Jared wins , obviously I'll vote for him.

    1. It was great to see Colorado, home of Amendment 2, get its shine with a gay candidate.  I think one of the things many journalist miss when writing about Jared is his incredible capacity for empathy. Growing up as a gay man he understands societal shaming whether it’s from ones your sexual orientation, skin color or  economic plight.  I believe it was the incredible injustices of our Drug War that propelled him to take his very progressive position of supporting Amendment 64 when practically every politician in the state was against the measure.

      If there’s anything this country needs right now is empathetic leadership and CO Dems have an embarrassment of riches in that department.  His wealth aside, it’s what separates him from the pack of many-a-white man in the opposition party.

      As a woman and a mother, Cary no doubt holds that capacity as well; I’ve seen Mike Johnson in a very tender moment with a child.  The future of CO for the next eight years will be in good hands regardless of the outcome of Tuesday. 

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