President Clinton is the latest in a string of big-name Dems coming through Colorado to stump for Sen. Mark Udall, Gov. John Hickenloooper and former Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff
Time and again, he’s proved to be a thoughtful, analytical leader willing to push against his party, the grain, the flow and the comfortable path, just to stand his ground
While Hickenlooper was once considered a shoo-in for a second term, his actions during the last year have bolstered Republicans’ hopes that he can be beaten in November
Each of them conveys that they appreciate it when you like them, but that’s not all that important. On the contrary, they all deeply want to be liked and admired, and it’s actually a key factor in running for public office
Bob Beauprez is convinced that Gov. “Yeah? Keep Walking” Christie is the guy to pull undecided votes to his side, against Hickenlooper. Does Beauprez not get that Christie and most things New Jersey are why so many people from there move here?
The only reason we should care about Beauprez’ flunking science grades is because he’s not alone in thinking other people’s crazy science stuff is bad, but that his crazy science stuff is OK
According to financial disclosures released late Tuesday, Hickenlooper raised $545,791 — his largest monthly amount yet. Beauprez, meanwhile, raised $223,510 for the reporting period spanning July 27 through Aug. 27
Answering questions at the County Sheriffs of Colorado conference in Aspen on Friday, the governor said “I would say in the gun stuff, we certainly could have done a better job.”
Friday’s numbers underscore the fact that Hickenlooper is going through one of the most tumultuous times in his political career, after years of popularity dating back to his time as Denver mayor.