After escaping the 2022 election with the narrowest “win,” Boebert has doubled-down on the drama that endangered her in the first place
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Boebert spent nearly $43 per vote, while Frisch spent $32. That’s more than the $16 per vote Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet spent successfully defending his seat against Republican Joe O’Dea, who spent $9 per vote.
In a show of grace, Adam Frisch concedes 3rd CD race before recount begins. Meanwhile, Boebert, the Trumpist, returns to D.C. where Trump will face a special counsel.
After months of Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District being dismissed, Frisch’s strong showing highlighted where election analysis is weak
As of this writing, the Boebert-Frisch race hasn’t been called. And neither has the question of which party controls the House. Can you see a connection?
Candidates in tight races bite their nails, journalists dig into their third cup of coffee, and armchair politicos rabidly refresh Twitter as we all try to figure out the same thing: What exactly happened last night?
The former Aspen city councilman logged more than 23,000 miles and attended hundreds of community events in the 3rd Congressional District
Late in the night, Boebert’s race with Adam Frisch was too close to call in what was a Colorado Dem tsunami. Nationally, GOP is competitive, but a red wave never materialized.
Boebert regained the lead over Democratic challenger Adam Frisch on Thursday. The former Aspen city councilman has defied expectations and remains in the race.