Joe O’Dea turns in petitions for U.S. Senate race in Colorado 

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Republican United States Senate candidate Joe O’Dea turned in his petitions to Colorado’s Secretary of State earlier today according to his campaign. 

“I’ve been all over our beautiful state and let me tell you, Republicans are fired up; they are ready to beat Michael Bennet,” said Joe O’Dea. “I am blessed to have the support of so many and I cannot wait to earn the vote of primary voters and take our message to every single voter in this state to beat Biden’s senator, Michael Bennet. Coloradans are sick and tired of career politicians who fail to deliver. I’ve spent my entire life with my hands in the dirt building the infrastructure of this beautiful state and I’m going to Washington D.C. so that we can build a prosperous future for our grandchildren together.”

In Colorado, candidates have two ways to get their name to appear on the June 28th primary ballot – submit 1,500 valid signatures per congressional district or receive at least 30% of the vote at the State Assembly in Colorado Springs on April 9th.

Joe O’Dea is the only candidate in the United States Senate race to pursue ballot access through the petition process. Every other candidate will be competing for at least 30% in Colorado Springs on April 9th

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