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Incumbent advantage isn't always a sure thing in Colorado politics

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Republican Congresswoman Lauren Boebert is now the incumbent and facing her first election as such and her first primary challenge. Congressman Doug Lamborn is facing three challengers: Navy veteran Rebecca Keltie, telecommunications CEO Andrew Heaton and state Rep. Dave Williams. On the Democratic side, Congresswoman Diana DeGette is facing a primary challenger as well in Neal Walia.
2 months ago·Denver, United States

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Incumbent advantage isn't always a sure thing in Colorado politics

DENVER — There’s something to be said about being the incumbent, something about having a political record to stand on or funding to run a campaign that makes it easier to be reelected.None of that, however, means the incumbent is unbeatable in Colorado. Case and point: Lauren Boebert.The political newcomer was virtually unknown in 2020 when she was able to defeat Congressman Scott Tipton, who had held the seat for 10 years prior to Boebert.Repu…

2 months ago·Denver, United States
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