(D) Hillary Clinton
(R) Marco Rubio
(R) Donald Trump
(R) Ben Carson
(D) Michael Bennet*
(R) Tim Neville*
(R) Robert Blaha*
(R) Ryan Frazier*
(D) Diana DeGette*
(D) Jared Polis*
(R) Scott Tipton*
(R) Ken Buck*
(R) Doug Lamborn*
(R) Mike Coffman*
(D) Morgan Carroll*
(D) Ed Perlmutter*
With all of the Q4 fundraising reports now out of the barn, we've moved a few things around on The Big Line. Take a look.
Looks like a reasonable snapshot.
You keep ignoring my favorite candidates.
You should at least post the odds on Leing and Sarner v. Polis in CD2 (and against each other, for that matter!) If Sunday taught us anything, it's that there's money to be made in blowouts!
I don't get your arrows. Buck and Hill have their odds go up and the arrow goes down?
No, their odds went down.
I thought you had them all 9-1. Now they are at 5-1 and 6-1. Am I not remembering the earlier odds correctly?
Udall is a lock, and the Representative races are what they are.
You're making a big mistake, however, in the statewide races projecting them as happen by themselves in isolation with one another.
Hick will probably win by default, given the gang that can't shoot straight he's running against. But Governor WTF is going to win with negative coattails — those other state office races are going to see Democrats, once again, paying the price for their Governor. Hate to say it, but it's the truth. (Hick's gotta' be good for a two, maybe three, point swing in your odds for these races. The Republicans can exploit both their hatred for him, as well as the Democrats disillusionment with him.)
Right now, Hick is the Colorado Republican party's best, and only, friend . . .
Hick is the Dem version of the amazing Maes in 2014?
Not even close.
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