DENVER - Darryl Glenn is down 15 points in the polls and he says he isn't worried.
Fellow Republicans are concerned his campaign against incumbent Sen. Michael Bennet hasn't taken off since his primary win.
The conservative Air Force veteran sat down with Next anchor Kyle Clark. “Well, I don’t look at polls,” Glenn said. “It’s about results. And every single time that people have had an opportunity to vote for me, we’ve been on top.”
Glenn went on to discuss immigration policy, saying that securing the border must be addressed before even talking about a path to citizenship for undocumented people already in the U.S.
Education policy also came up. Glenn said he supports giving states more money and power even if that means eliminating the U.S. Department of Education.
We have an open invitation for Sen. Bennet to come on Next.
All three candidates in Colorado's U.S. Senate race will share a stage Saturday for a debate in Grand Junction.
Joining Bennet and Glenn at the debate will be Libertarian candidate Lily Tang Williams, a real estate investor from suburban Denver who grew up in China and frequently talks about Communism's evils.
The debate is sponsored by Club 20, a policy group representing the Western Slope.
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