United States Senate election in Colorado, 2010

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Ken Salazar narrowly defeated Pete Coors in 2004. Colorado has experienced a shift in politics, with the Democratic Party making significant gains throughout the state in 2006. There has been talk by activists on the left of launching a primary challenge to the centrist Salazar. Republican Former Governor Bill Owens, who won't run in 2008 for the Senate, may run this time around, as might retired football quarterback, Republican John Elway, who hinted at a future run for office despite choosing not to run in 2008. Other possibilities would be former Republican Presidential Candidate and sitting Congressman Tom Tancredo, Secretary of State Mike Coffman and former Lieutenant Governor Jane Norton.

Polling

Poll Source Dates Administered Democrat: Ken Salazar Republican: Bill Owens
Public Policy Polling July 9-10, 2008 44% 41%
Poll Source Dates Administered Democrat: Ken Salazar Republican: John Elway
Public Policy Polling July 9-10, 2008 44% 37%
Poll Source Dates Administered Democrat: Ken Salazar Republican: Tom Tancredo
Public Policy Polling August 5-7, 2008 49% 37%
Poll Source Dates Administered Democrat: Ken Salazar Republican: Mike Coffman
Public Policy Polling August 5-7, 2008 46% 38%

See also

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