Saturday, July 17, 2004

Welcome to Pete Coors for U.S. Senate: "Pete Coors holds a commanding 19 point lead over Bob Schaffer on a trial ballot test for the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate. Fifty-three percent (53%) of likely Colorado primary voters indicate they would vote for Coors, and only 34% indicate that they would vote for Bob Schaffer. There are 14% of Republican primary voters who are undecided on the trial ballot test."

Scaffer supporters need to take action now or Bob doesn't have a chance. I sent this to the Post and RMN last week:

In football, size makes a difference. In the U.S. Senate, political experience makes a big difference. Pete Coors has no experience being elected and doing the job of representing those who elected him. He's trying to pass that off as a virtue. It's not.

Rational Republicans and unaffiliated voters who care about Colorado should vote for Bob Schaffer and can Coors. (Voters registered as unaffiliated can affiliate with a party and vote in the August 10 primary.)

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