Category Archives: Udall

Dr. Steve Shogan joins Colorado US Senate campaign: Hopes for a competitive independent candidate?

Independent Dr. Steve Shogan unexpectedly joined the Colorado US Senate race yesterday. He needs only 1,000 valid signatures to make the November general which should be no problem for a candidate with some means (like Shogan) to wave a checkbook at and … Continue reading

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Quinnipiac Survey Doesn’t Look Good For Colorado D’s

It’s a LONG, LONG road to November 2014 (and forever to November 2016) — and the world can turn in a couple news cycles. Still, the D’s can’t be happy with the numbers from the latest Quinnipiac survey released this … Continue reading

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Elements of a 32 point loss

Amendment 66 went down hard last night. I’ve enjoyed listening to the variety of postmortem commentary about why 66 lost (and lost so badly). When you lose by 32 points, it’s a fundamental rejection of your ballot question — not … Continue reading

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So it’s way too early to be making 2016 predictions…

But it’s never too soon to start wildly guessing about the next presidential campaign. Let’s set the stage: Big winners tonight (November 5) are Chris Christie and Hillary. Christie, because he’s getting the big mo with a blowout victory for … Continue reading

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