Thursday, June 25, 2020

Primary Vote 30 Percent Unaffiliated, Breaks Democratic. Establishment Worried?

One week out from the June 30 Democratic primary, 755,866 ballots have been returned and 30 percent were from unaffiliated voters (225,716). They are voting 70 percent to 30 percent in the Democratic primary.

This appears to be a substantially higher Democratic vote than in the 2018 Democratic gubernatorial primary. High interest and a large percentage of unaffiliated voters will provide a hard to predict result. With progressive and justice Democratic wins Tuesday night, the establishment should be worried.
John Hickenlooper (L) and Andrew Romanoff participate
in a televised debate, June 11, 2020 | Via CBS4 Denver


Mike said...

As an unaffiliated voter, I chose to vote the Democrat primary because the Democrat Senate primary is more interesting than anything in the Republican primary.

No one should assume that I will vote for the Democrat Senate candidate in November just because I voted in the Democrat primary.

Unknown said...

Agreed. I voted against Hick in the primary and will vote Gardner in the general. (Easier competition)