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June 24, 2016 02:30 PM UTC

Poll: Who Will Win The GOP U.S. Senate Primary?

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  • by: Colorado Pols

With the June 28th primary election now just days away, we’re rolling out informal polls for our readers in a number of races around the state. This year’s Republican U.S. Senate primary to determine a challenger to U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet is the most wide-open such contest in recent memory. Five Republicans are competing for this nomination: Darryl Glenn, Robert Blaha, Jack Graham, Ryan Frazier, and Jon Keyser.

As with all of our polls, we’re interested in knowing who you actually think will win this election–not your personal preference.

Who will win the GOP U.S. Senate primary?

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16 thoughts on “Poll: Who Will Win The GOP U.S. Senate Primary?

      1. The widget resets if 1. You delete your cookies, 2. if you log in from a different browser, or 3. if you change IP addresses. That's how it works. Vote fraud is certainly possible, but is also kind of a silly thing to do with a poll with absolutely zero scientific value anyway. So go on, "beat the system." You're the only one who cares.

        1. No, actually, I was using the same browser on the same laptop.  If I recall, I got logged out once, then it gave me the vote buttons.  I wanted to see the current tally, but you have to vote to do that.  Then it displayed some weird negative number on the bottom left side and redisplayed the votes screen yet again!  Thus my comment, there is something funky with the widget.

          I am currently on a different PC (but on the same Comcast IP because both PC and laptop are in my home), and it is currently asking me to vote if I want to see the results for, oh, the fourth time?

          PS. I’m using Chrome and I haven’t cleared my cookies

  1. Keyser can't tell up from down. He is great at saying stupid things in stupid ways. He doesn't know anything but doesn't care cuz he's on the ballot. He's, apparently, the perfect GOP candidate.

    1. There's only so much that can be done to "secure" an online poll. If you go through the trouble of deleting your cookies to vote again, you get to. That's the case with polls at the Denver Post and elsewhere–it's an honor system that we hope is not abused enough to have some conversational value.

      Thanks for proving Scott Gessler right though! He appreciates it.

      1. I routinely erase my browser history, including getting rid of cookies, every time I go offline but it never occurred to me to try to vote twice. As you say. What's the point?

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