Anti-gun measures could cost CO governor his office

A gun-rights organization is excited about the possibility that Colorado’s Democratic governor, John Hickenlooper, could be headed to defeat this November.


In 2013 Hickenlooper signed strict anti-gun legislation that severely limits the size of ammunition magazines and imposes intrusive background checks on gun buyers.

As a result of that unpopular decision, Hickenlooper is facing a tough reelection challenge from former Republican Congressman Bob Beauprez, who leads the current governor by ten points according to a recent Quinnipiac University poll. In a compilation of polls by RealClearPolitics, the race is a virtual dead heat.

Erich Pratt is a spokesman for Gun Owners of America. He believes voters in the Centennial State will prefer a candidate who shows greater respect for the Constitution.

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