Secretary of State Gessler may have wolverine attitude Republicans need

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Yes, going all ‘Red Dawn’ wins elections—in Mesa and Moffat counties anyhow.  Not sure about precincts where there is actually the swing votes needed to win in our purple state.  But carry on.  In any case, 2014 is not an ‘off-year’ election.  Its a non-presidential election but it is a national election.  Colorado has one U.S. Senate seat up—that Senator Mark Udall will retake.  All of our congressional representatives are up, of course, as they are every two years.  The hardest fought of those is likely to be between Andrew Romanoff who stands a decent chance of unseating Mike Coffman.  Elections held this year, or in two years would be ‘off-year’ elections.  As a Democratic voter I do hope Rick is helping the GOP with their strategy though… http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Off-year_election

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