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Who’s ahead in the Colorado Senate race?

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U.S. Senate, Colorado, 2022
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1,078LV
Sep.20-24
1,078LV
Bennet
49%
Bennet
49%

Bennet

49%

O'Dea

43%

Peotter

4%
43%
O'DeaBennet+6
1,000LV
Sep.18-19
1,000LV
Bennet
46%
Bennet
46%

Bennet

46%

O'Dea

36%
36%
O'Dea  Bennet+10
782V
Aug.30-31
782V
Bennet
46%
Bennet
46%

Bennet

46%

O'Dea

35%

Peotter

7%
35%
O'DeaBennet+11
600LV
Aug.22-25
600LV
Bennet
48%
Bennet
48%

Bennet

48%

O'Dea

47%
47%
O'Dea  Bennet+1
1,087LV
Aug.15-19
1,087LV
Bennet
47%
Bennet
47%

Bennet

47%

O'Dea

42%

Peotter

5%
42%
O'DeaBennet+6
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