Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold hasn’t mentioned she’s working to unseat U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, however Democrats say they’d vote for her in subsequent yr’s major, in line with a brand new ballot launched Tuesday.
Griswold got here in second place in a ballot carried out July 1 by way of three by Keating Analysis and Onsight Public Affairs. It requested registered Democrats and unaffiliated voters in Colorado who they’d decide if the first election have been held that day.
The survey discovered 42% nonetheless have been undecided.
Former Home Speaker Andrew Romanoff led the candidate pack with 23%. Griswold received 15% and former state Sen. Mike Johnston rounded out the highest three with 12%.
“We have been curious to see the place Secretary of State Griswold would stack up on this survey,” pollster Chris Keating mentioned in a press release. “The truth that an undeclared entrant might garner second reaffirms the truth that this race is broad open.”
Griswold talked with U.S. Senate Minority Chief Chuck Schumer, D-New York, earlier this yr, however she hasn’t filed any paperwork or introduced any plans to hunt the nomination. A complete of 12 Democrats have already got introduced, however pollsters gave respondents six names to select from after they requested concerning the race.
Alice Madden, Dan Bear and John Walsh all received 2%. One other 2% of respondents mentioned they’d a unique candidate in thoughts.
The survey known as 500 probably 2020 major voters. The margin of error is 4.4%