AFP-Colorado Responds to Quinnipiac’s Senate Race Poll

Apr 24, 2014 by AFP

Clear that Coloradans Are Concerned with Jobs, HealthCare

PARKER – Americans for Prosperity – Colorado responded today to a Quinnipiac University poll finding that 59 percent of Colorado voters oppose ObamaCare. A report in the Denver Post drew attention to the poll top-lines.

“Today’s report shows that Coloradans continue to be deeply concerned with ObamaCare and Senator Udall’s support for this failed law,” explained Dustin Zvonek, Colorado State Director of Americans for Prosperity. “With more than 335,000 Coloradans receiving health insurance cancellations and many watching their premiums and deductibles soar, it’s no surprise this issue is on the top of their mind. AFP’s latest ad is an attempt to get Senator Udall’s attention and encourage him to reconsider his support for this disastrous policy.”

Yesterday Americans for Prosperity released a new TV ad drawing attention to the hundreds of thousands of Coloradans who are negatively impacted by ObamaCare. The ad quotes Senator Udall saying “I would do it again” in regards to voting for the law.

“Senator Udall can spin it however he wants to, but the facts are that his constituents are worse off because of his vote for ObamaCare,” Zvonek continued. “It’s time for Senator Udall to pay attention to the real Coloradans impacted by this law and reconsider his support for the law.”

For further information or an interview, please contact Dustin Zvonek at or 720.219.1451.