CO-04 (Special Election) See Full Big Line

(R) Greg Lopez

(R) Trisha Calvarese

90%

10%

President (To Win Colorado) See Full Big Line

(D) Joe Biden*

(R) Donald Trump

80%

20%↓

CO-01 (Denver) See Full Big Line

(D) Diana DeGette*

90%

CO-02 (Boulder-ish) See Full Big Line

(D) Joe Neguse*

90%

CO-03 (West & Southern CO) See Full Big Line

(D) Adam Frisch

(R) Jeff Hurd

(R) Ron Hanks

40%

30%

20%

CO-04 (Northeast-ish Colorado) See Full Big Line

(R) Lauren Boebert

(R) Deborah Flora

(R) J. Sonnenberg

50%↑

15%

10%↓

CO-05 (Colorado Springs) See Full Big Line

(R) Dave Williams

(R) Jeff Crank

50%↓

50%↑

CO-06 (Aurora) See Full Big Line

(D) Jason Crow*

90%

CO-07 (Jefferson County) See Full Big Line

(D) Brittany Pettersen

85%↑

 

CO-08 (Northern Colo.) See Full Big Line

(D) Yadira Caraveo

(R) Gabe Evans

(R) Janak Joshi

60%↑

35%↓

30%↑

State Senate Majority See Full Big Line

DEMOCRATS

REPUBLICANS

80%

20%

State House Majority See Full Big Line

DEMOCRATS

REPUBLICANS

95%

5%

Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Post Type Selectors
January 11, 2024 08:19 AM UTC

Thursday Open Thread

  • 6 Comments
  • by: Colorado Pols

“I shall allow no man to belittle my soul by making me hate him.”

–Booker T. Washington

Comments

6 thoughts on “Thursday Open Thread

  1. Trumpublicans wouldn't vote for an impeachment cuz "Trump hadn't been convicted in criminal court". At least that's what they said their reasoning was. Now Trump's lawyers are trying to claim that he can't be convicted in a criminal court because he was never impeached!

    It's IOKIYAR on steroids!

  2. Yep. The Republican descent into utter madness is almost complete. Yesterdays' incomparable shit show at the Hunter Biden hearing was truly unbelievable. Mr. Biden and his attorneys took Comer and company out at the knees.

    How any decent, honest, educated, person can hold their head up and call themselves a Republican is beyond me.

  3. I have questions regarding Democrat's spending on 2024 Congressional races.

    Where should they spend their money?

    Clearly CD-08 will need money.
    Clearly CDs-01, 02, 03, 06 won't need more than 13¢.

    Should any money be spent in CDs-03, 04, 05?
    Can any of them be won by a Democrat now that QBert has left the 3rd?

    1. CO-3 won't run short of money — Frisch had more than $7 million donated by September 30, 2023.  CO-8 will need money, but I think the Colorado Democratic Party's Horizon Project may be the best approach until the Republicans have a nominee.

      CO-4 and CO-5 seem to be in flux.  Neither Republican OR Democratic nominees are clear now, and may not be all the way up to the primary at the end of June. Unless you have a favorite you want to support now, you may want to bank your money until July 1.

       

    2. The only statewide non-presidential race this year is Regent At Large (no US Senate or big state positions). In theory, this might mean people who normally donate might be able to shift some of what they'd normally give to Congressional races.

      I'm a little less dismissive of money to the 3rd right now because I think it's at least potentially in play. We don't know who the R candidate will be, the 2022 race was incredibly tight, the district is well more than 40% unaffiliated, Frisch has name recognition now, & memories of the Boebert taint might stick with unaffiliateds wondering if they should vote GOP or not. And I don't consider myself a rose-colored glasses wearer, at least most of the time.

Leave a Comment

Recent Comments


Posts about

Donald Trump
SEE MORE

Posts about

Rep. Lauren Boebert
SEE MORE

Posts about

Rep. Yadira Caraveo
SEE MORE

Posts about

Colorado House
SEE MORE

Posts about

Colorado Senate
SEE MORE

58 readers online now

Newsletter

Subscribe to our monthly newsletter to stay in the loop with regular updates!