The Democrats are in trouble.
The GOP is now in striking distance in the Colorado Senate race.
This comes after an internal poll found the Dem incumbent Michael Bennet is polling lower than Bien’s victory margin.
22% of voters in this race are still undecided.
2022 #COSen General Election Poll:
Michael Bennet (D-Inc) 40%
Eli Bremer (R) 32%
co/efficient/@elibremer (R) Internal ~ 742 LV ~ 9/9-9/12https://t.co/KpY2yiV4vD
— PollTracker (@PollTrackerUSA) September 26, 2021
Former Olympic athlete and first-time Republican U.S. Senate candidate Eli Bremer is “within striking distance” of current Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet (D) in a matchup for the 2022 midterms, according to a poll from Bremer’s campaign released to Colorado Politics.
According to the poll, which surveyed 742 likely voters between September 9-12, 40 percent stood behind Bennet and 32 percent chose Bremer. Bennet, who launched a failed presidential bid in 2020, is seeking a third term as senator.
“…[The results] show[s] President Joe Biden and Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet underwater with Colorado voters 13 months before the 2022 election,” according to the report.
Munce said the survey found that 22 percent of all voters and 36 percent of unaffiliated voters are undecided between the two candidates. When given the option between a generic Democrat candidate and a generic Republican candidate, 44 percent of voters chose Democrat and 42 percent chose Republican in a close matchup.
From a GOP pollster:
The reality on the ground in Colorado is that the recently launched campaign of Eli Bremer is within striking distance of an incumbent with lackluster support, and the Democrat brand, in Colorado, as it is across the country, is rapidly losing value among independent voters.
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