Most of the offices inside the state Capitol are locked and dark this time of year as lawmakers enjoy some time off. But there was recently. . .
Some presidential candidates like Sen. Kamala Harris and Mayor Pete Buttigieg are seeing their profiles and poll numbers rise after last week’s debates in Miami. But others, including former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper, are making headlines for the attention they’re still not getting.
Former Gov. John Hickenlooper is condemning socialism and making headlines for picking a fight on the issue with Bernie Sanders.
Sen. Michael Bennet is touting his plan to “clean up corruption and restore our democracy.”
But both of Colorado’s presidential candidates are still polling below 1% in some national polls ahead of Thursday’s big Democratic primary debate in Miami.
A state-by-state effort to start using the popular vote as the deciding factor in presidential elections is getting some mixed results in the months after Colorado joined the cause.