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1996 Colorado 2008
United States Senate election in Colorado, 2002
November 5, 2002
Wayne Allard official portrait.jpg Thomas L. Strickland official portrait.jpg
Nominee Wayne Allard Tom Strickland
Party Republican Democratic
Popular vote 717,893 648,130
Percentage 50.70% 45.77%
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County Results

Previous Senator
Wayne Allard
Republican

Senator-elect
Wayne Allard
Republican

The 2002 Colorado United States Senate election was held on November 5, 2002 to select the U.S. Senator from the state of Colorado. Republican Senator Wayne Allard decided to run for re-election. Allard defeated the Democratic challenger, Tom Strickland, lawyer and former United States Attorney, in the general election. This was a re-match of the 1996 Senate race, which Allard won by a similar margin.

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Results

Colorado U.S. Senate Election, 2002
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Wayne Allard 717,893 50.70
Democratic Tom Strickland 648,130 45.77
Constitution Douglas “Dayhorse” Campbell 21,547 1.52
Libertarian Rick Stanley 20,776 1.47
Concerns of the People John Heckman 7,140 0.50
Write-In Gary Cooper 595 0.04
Majority 69,763 4.93
Turnout 1,416,081
  Republican hold

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