Colorado GOP: Enthusiasm Has Not Been This High Since 2002
Consistent with a recent Pew Research survey that found a majority of voters voting for Romney are now affirmatively voting for him instead of merely against President Barack Obama, Republicans in Colorado have said they have not seen the level of enthusiasm for Republicans that they are seeing for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan in a decade.
According to the Denver Post:
Most Republicans contend that the last time the GOP top of the ticket in Colorado was this strong was in 2002, when Gov. Bill Owens and U.S. Sen. Wayne Allard ran for re-election.
The Romney campaign released a web video Saturday highlighting the enthusiasm of Colorado's voters for the Romney-Ryan ticket, reflected by the overflow crowd at the two men's appearance with Kid Rock at Red Rocks Amphitheater: