Correct ‘The Big Line 2010’

Scott McInnis 2-1. On the attack.

J. Hickenlooper 4-1. Off to a confusing, muddled start.

Dan Maes 100 – 1

Jane Norton 2-1. Momentum is with her. She’ll get women’s votes.

Michael Bennet 6-1. Left wing Obama Democrat.

Ken Buck 10-1 Can Tancredo and Ron Paul give him momentum?

Andrew Romanoff 20-1. Monday we’ll know if he’s raising money.

Cary Kennedy 5-1. Incumbent.

J.J. Ament 7-1. Working hard, gaining.

W.R. Stapleton 10-1. Attractive. Lots of cash.

Ali Hasan 12-1. Young, personable, inexperienced.

John Suthers is unopposed. Strong candidate. Voting to almost Clear the Bench.

Unnamed Democrat 30-1

Bernie Buescher 3-1. Inclumbent. Doesn’t care about elections.

Scott Gessler 4-1. Expert. Will get strong GOP backing.

Cory Gardner 4-1. Momentum’s on his side. Gaining.

Betsy Markey 6-1. Saved by death of health care reform bill?

Ed Perlmutter 3-1. Incumbent.

Ryan Frazier 7-1. Raising money, appeals to independents. Has momentum.

What do you think? Give your odds.

14 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. MADCO says:

    move along everyone- the R work is done here.

    Obama: bad.

    Ritter: bad:

    D’s will lose everywhere, but especially in COlorado.

  2. RedGreen says:

    Such trenchant analysis.  

  3. Meiner49er says:

    With the above odds, you’d have to give him a 50-50 shot with Obama.  After all, they had them the same polling numbers one year in.  

    • RedGreen says:

      Zombie Reagan (3-1) Blows GOP competition from the water; could have 22nd Amendment issues, decaying flesh makes rope lines into ordeals

      Barack Obama (5-1) Incumbency has advantages; once said Reagan had ideas, an observation that enrages purists

  4. Fidel's dirt nap says:

    or better yet, start your own fucking big line !

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