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Fri Mar 10, 2023, 07:15 AM Mar 2023

CO US House Members that will run for/get elected to the US Senate when Hickenlooper/Bennet retire.


Neguse’s first elected office was in 2014 for CO Secretary of State. Neguse lost that race by a 2.36 percent margin. 2014 was a Republican wave election year. Republicans won every statewide election in CO in 2014 except for Governor/Lt Governor. Hickenlooper-D won the 2014 CO Governors Election by a 3.35 percent margin. Republicans won the 2014 Attorney Generals Election by a 9.05 percent margin, Secretary of State Election by a 2.36 percent margin , Treasurer Election by a 4.93 percent margin and US Senate Election by a 1.95 percent margin.
In 2018 and 2022, Democrats won every statewide election.
Governor/Lt Governor Election by a 10.6 percent margin in 2018/19.3 percent margin in 2022
Attorney General Election by a 6.5 percent margin in 2018/11.7 percent margin in 2022
Secretary of State Election by a 8 percent margin in 2018/13 percent margin in 2022
Treasurer Election by a 7.3 percent margin in 2018/10.7 percent margin in 2022
US Senate Election by a 14.6 percent margin in 2022. In 2018,2020,and 2022, Neguse was elected and re-elected to the US House of Representatives by a 26.7 percent margin in 2018/26.1 percent margin in 2020/42 percent margin in 2022 after the 2022 redistricting.
Crow’s first elected office was for the 2018 US House Election in CO-6. Crow won that election by unseating Republican incumbent Coffman by a 11.2 percent margin. Crow was re-elected in 2020 by a 17.1 percent margin and in 2022 by a 23.2 percent margin.
Pettersen’s first election was for the CO state House of Representatives in 2012, she was re-elected in 2014 and 2016. In 2018 and 2020 Pettersen was elected and re-elected to the CO state senate. In 2022 Pettersen just got elected to the US House of Representatives.
In 2024, Neguse will win re-election to the US House by a 40 percent margin, Crow will win re-election to the US House by a 30 percent margin. Pettersen will win re-election to the US House by a 20 percent margin.
Neguse,Crow,and Pettersen will defeat whoever the Republicans nominate for a statewide election(US Senate).

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