Colorado US Senate and Governor Elections … Incumbent Democrats Gov McInnis Find themself in Trouble

 

More Incumbent Democrats in reelection trouble … Enter the state of Colorado:

Democrat Senator Michael Bennet is in a tough battle with his two potential Republican challengers. According to the most recent Rasmussen poll, Bennett finds himself in a toss up and with poll numbers that are well below the 50% threshold that would consider him to he highly vulnerable.

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey finds Bennet ahead of Buck 43% to 37%. With Frazier as the opponent, Bennet is essentially even. The numbers are 40% for Frazier and 39% for the incumbent.

Colorado Incumbent Democrat Scott McInnis finds himself in a battle with his rival Republicans in the most recent Rasmussen poll. McInnis won in a landslide in the 2006 election in the recent Democratic trending state of Colorado. However, he is in a dead heat for his 2010 reelection bid and finds himself well under the 50% threshold that all incumbents look for. It is yet another example of the plight of incumbent Democrats and the lack of Obama coat tails.

A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in Colorado finds Ritter trailing Republican challenger Scott McInnis by five points – 44% to 39% – in an early look at next year’s race for governor.

Ritter’s in a virtual tie with another GOP challenger, state Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry. Ritter picks up 41% of the vote to Penry’s 40%.

Republicans have managed to find quality candidates to battle for both the governor’s and US Senate seats.



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  • Comments

    5 Responses to “Colorado US Senate and Governor Elections … Incumbent Democrats Gov McInnis Find themself in Trouble”

    1. rightknight on September 11th, 2009 9:25 pm

      Keep on flushing. The more new fresh clean water
      we put thru this commode, the better our
      whole ‘House’ will smell.

    2. Greg the Mongoose on September 11th, 2009 10:17 pm

      Change I believe in!

    3. Michelle Smith on September 12th, 2009 9:50 am

      Sounds good to me, it’s time to clean house and take out the trash.

    4. Sallie Clark on September 12th, 2009 11:50 am

      Your information is incorrect. Democrat incumbent Gov. Bill Ritter trails his Republican Rival Scott McInnis 44-39. McInnis is a former Congressman, served in the Colorado State Legislature as House Majority Leader and is a Republican, not a Democrat. Please check your facts. McInnis is also the right person to put Colorado back on track.

    5. art thomas on September 12th, 2009 8:55 pm

      I told them if they voted to support tarp, cap and trade, and obamacare, I’d get rid of them,
      Goodby you taxing, worthless, lying, non representives.
      ritter take your license fees with you. we are broke jobless, and you raise costs. How stupid can you get?

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