Colorado’s gubernatorial race is pretty much a free-for-all, based on Tuesday’s caucus.
As The Denver Post reports, a significant number of Democratic and Republican voters appeared undecided about their favorite candidates and remained split on which offers their party the best chance to win in November.
Caucuses are held across the state in places like schools, churches and community centers to give candidates the opportunity to qualify for the June primary ballot.
Month’s prior to Tuesday’s caucus, the candidates recruited supporters to attend the meetings to better their chances for winning delegates and build support before the April state assembly, where candidates need 30 percent to secure a spot on the primary ballot.
But neither Democratic nor Republican voters who cast a vote for a particular candidate Tuesday suggested their selections were set in stone.