Darryl Glenn Holding Onto 18-Point Deficit in Senate Race

Darryl Glenn in his most accurate campaign metaphor.

Darryl Glenn (R-Rear)

If you are a Republican or a supporter of Senate candidate Darryl Glenn, here’s the good news: Glenn isn’t losing by 20 points (yet).

Just one week after Glenn laughably claimed that he was running in a “virtual tie” with Senator Michael Bennet (D-Denver), Quinnipiac University released new polling data on Colorado’s Senate race that pretty much confirms what everyone else already knew:

Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet leads El Paso County Commissioner Darryl Glenn, the Republican challenger 56 – 38 percent, widening a 52 – 43 percent lead September 23…

…Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet has a 62 – 30 percent lead among independent likely voters. He gets Democrats 95 – 1 percent, while Republicans go to Darryl Glenn 90 – 9 percent.

Bennet also leads among men, women, white and non-white voters. [Pols emphasis] 

Sure, Sen. Bennet may have a lead among people of every sex and race, but there’s no indication that Glenn has lost support among asexual reptiles.

4 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. FrankUnderwood says:

    If he can hold onto that, it would be a respectable loss. It would be in the neighborhood of Both Ways Bob loss to Ritter in 2006. At least Glenn has avoided sinking into the Dan Mae's zone. So far…

  2. JeffcoDemo says:

    So you're saying he has a chance…….

  3. notaskinnycook says:

    Of course, he has the backing of the asexual reptiles. They've waited years to be able to cast a vote for one of their own.


  4. Les Ismore says:

    Gotta say, I love his new ad….essentially "Vote for me because I go to the gym"

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