The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in Colorado shows the race for the state’s Electoral College Votes is still close between John McCain and Barack Obama. Obama leads McCain 46% to 43%. At the same time, McCain has a fourteen-point lead over Hillary Clinton in the Centennial State.
The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in Colorado shows McCain tied with Barack Obama at 46% while enjoying a 52% to 38% advantage over Hillary Clinton. Compared to polling from a month ago, McCain has gained ground on Obama while retaining a consistent lead over Clinton.
Former Congressman Bob Schaffer (R) and Congressman Mark Udall (D)—vying for the open seat vacated by retiring Senator Wayne Allard, a Republican—are virtually tied when likely Colorado voters consider their state’s 2008 Senate election.