Congressman Mike Coffman is in the second most vulnerable seat in the county and has been hurt by the shutdown.
The generic ballot test, which tends to measure the advantage or disadvantage local congressional candidates can expect from their party identity, gave Democrats a two-point advantage most of the year. Historically, that suggested no real affect due to Republicans’ slight advantage in non-presidential year election turnouts.
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