Jonathan Lockwood
Communications Director

Coloradans believe scandal-laden Udall undeserving of reelection
DENVER (February 6, 2014)—Today, the latest Quinnipiac University poll shows fewer than half of Coloradans believe Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., deserves reelection. Only 42 percent of voters think Udall deserves reelection, which is even less support than Gov. John Hickenlooper received in the poll Quinnipiac University released yesterday.

“Instead of representing Coloradans in Washington for the past five years, Sen. Udall has fought for President Obama and a partisan political agenda, voting with Obama 99 percent of the time,” said Kelly Maher, executive director of Compass Colorado. “We trusted Sen. Udall to propose and pass legislation that helped Coloradans; instead, he’s passed legislation like Obamacare, which is killing jobs and causing Colorado families to lose their health insurance plans.  It’s time to rethink who we send to Washington.”

Colorado voters disapprove 59 to 37 percent of the job President Barack Obama is doing. Colorado voters also oppose Obamacare 60 to 37 percent.