Poll: Who Will Win in SD-22?

With the 2012 legislative session now officially underway, incumbent Representatives Ken Summers and Andy Kerr will have to focus more on lawmaking than their campaigns for Senate District 22.

That said, today’s meeting of the legislature marks the first of many critical dates that both impact and lead directly to November 6, 2012. To that end, we want to see who you think will be the next Senator from District 22.

As always, we want to know what you think will happen, not your preference. If you had to bet the deed to your house or the keys to your car, who would you pick to win between Ken Summers and Andy Kerr?

A poll follows.

Who Will Win in SD-22?

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3 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. AverageVoter says:

    Andy Kerr, being the lead plaintiff to overturn TABOR, is going to be harped on continuously by Ken Summers and it will resonate with the public.  This will be a big issue!  

    To a lesser extent, the public is going to start to question why the Jeffco Public Schools is keeping Kerr on the payroll for half the year, while they are planning to lay off about 150+ full-time classroom teachers.

    • Jeffco Pols says:

      While we don’t necessarily disagree about the impact of the Tabor lawsuit, do you honestly think that Ken Summer is able to harp  about anything? He’ll probably make more of a “polite nuisance” of the issue than harping.

      Let the party and independent groups do the harping.

      • AverageVoter says:

        With Lobato still up in the air, and the Jeffco Board of Education possibly contemplating a bond election in November, Andy Kerr choosing to be the lead plaintiff in overturning TABOR could be his political downfall.  Even Ken Summers recognizes this.  It will be hard for the Republican not to harp on this nugget.

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