Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Clinton Backs Romanoff in Colorado Senate Primary

Bill Clinton has parted ways with the White House and has announced his support for Andrew Romanoff in Colorado's US Senate primary. President Obama has endorsed incumbent Michael Bennett, who was appointed to the seat after Ken Salazar resigned to become Secretary of the Interior. Romanoff says that President Obama offerred him a job in order to keep him out of the primary.


Hippi Chicki Niki said...

I must say, as a Coloradan that keep up with my politicians, I really like Bennett. He is a pretty progressive guy. He's not as outspoken and attention-seeking as, say, Anthony Weiner or Alan Grayson, but is a good steady guy that works at achieving without a lot of hubub like Sherrod Brown. Bennett was the guy that went around getting Senators to sign on to say that they support th public option to show that there were enough votes to get it passed. I'd like to keep him around for awhile.

Hippi Chicki Niki said...

I'm glad that this guy in no longer representing my state!


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