“With Morgan Carroll and the Democrats in Congress we can get more done,” Obama said and pointed to several middle class platforms Morgan supports such as making college more affordable and ending the corporate tax rate.
“I cannot think of a time when I’ve heard more hateful rhetoric. Right now, this election is about whether we’re going to a path of love and respect, or hate,” said Carroll, the Democratic candidate in Aurora’s 6th Congressional District. “Please know how powerful your vote is. Your vote is so powerful. People are afraid of your vote.”
Seth Masket, political science professor at the University of Colorado Denver, said the good words can help to motivate friendly voters, but they don’t do much, if anything, to change minds
For those of you who haven’t been glued to one of the oldest fish-wrappers in the state, The Aurora Sentinel, allow me to introduce myself. I am Quidnunc, chief canard for that wanton rag. I am veritable veracity frosted in wit. I am your humble servant and seek only to tell what I know so you can draw your own conclusions.
Tense moments occurred when the candidates were allowed to ask each other questions as part of the debate
In October, Carroll for Colorado raised $800,371.48, according to campaign reports, which was about $65,000 more than Coffman raised during the same three months
Hey, Morgan Carroll and Mike Coffman. For the love of god, stop already with the lame-brain negative ads against each other
The outcome of Aurora’s 6th Congressional District race in 2016 could prove a bellwether in a swing district almost evenly divided among Democrats, Republicans and independents, and that is also the state’s most ethnically diverse.
COFFMAN: Morgan Carroll in her leadership has harmed the Colorado economy | CARROLL: One of us on this stage has had ethics violations, one after the other, not me, but you