Who Will Be the Republican Nominee for U.S. Senate?

It’s time again to summon readers of Colorado Pols to predict our political future!

Our readers are traditionally pretty good about projecting the outcome in key races, so we’re asking again: Who will advance from the June 28th Republican Primary for the right to challenge incumbent Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet? Will it be State Rep. Ron Hanks or business guy Joe O’Dea?


*Remember, as always with our totally non-scientific polls, we want to know what you legitimately THINK will happen — not what you hope will happen or which candidate you support personally. If you had to bet the deed to your house that your prediction would be correct, how would you vote?


Who Will Be the Republican Nominee for US Senate in 2022?

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  1. Lauren Boebert is a Worthless POS says:

    The better question is:  What difference does it make?

    If it is O'Dea, then the Q-Anon True Believers will sit the election out since O'Dea is a RINO.

    And if it is Hanks, suburban unaffiliates who might lean Republican will sit the election out or possibly vote for Michael Bennet. 

  2. Sunmusing says:

    it doesn't matter….they both are republicans who are willing to use violence and unlawful methods to gain power…they are not good people…they are the enemy…

  3. kwtree says:

    Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell just endorsed O’Dea. At least, he isn’t pretending to be a Democrat anymore. 

    • JohnInDenver says:

      I think former Senator Campbell is demonstrating just how far out of the Republican stream he is … endorsed Eli Bremer, who couldn’t even qualify for the primary. Now has endorsed O’Dea, saying

      Joe O’Dea has the ability to bring together Republicans, independents, and even disaffected Democrats who are fed up with their party’s failure to address the issues that matter.

      With that lead-in, what does O’Dea say, according to the site that doesn’t abbreviate politics in their domain name?  “O’Dea said he was honored to receive Campbell’s endorsement.

      “Sen. Nighthorse Campbell tells a story, passed down from his great grandfather, Blackhorse, of how General Custer dropped the American flag at the Battle of Little Bighorn,” O’Dea said in a statement. “Members of the Northern Cheyenne tribe picked up that flag, and now, as the senator says, that flag unites us all in this great country.”

      Picking that odd anecdote is an indication of why construction company bosses ought not run for the US Senate as their first foray into politics.

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