Discussion in 'University of Colorado Elected Officials and Polit' started by TDbuff, Oct 17, 2012.
how do we get a hold of the person who wrote that? I'd love so get some color from them.
It's from their editorial board, so I would start here:
Curtis Hubbard, Editorial Page Editor — 303-954-1405
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That's the 3 incumbents that are running, plus Garrow who is running for an open seat. FWIW, I saw that the GJ Sentinel also endorsed Garrow the other day...
Here. But they've put in a ****ing paywall, so I doubt many people can read it....
I'm very tempted to vote exactly the opposite of their endorsements. The Denver Post is no friend of CU.
The University of Colorado or the University of Colorado Athletic Department?
Both. The Denver Post views CU as a snobby elitist institution.
will not vote for any democrat candidate.
Then you can leave this forum
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If I'm choosing between a democrat who will support athletics and a republican who won't, my choice is clear. Party affiliation means nothing in this case.
This. I'm as partisan as they come, but I will happily screw over my own party if it benefits CU. That's the whole purpose of this board.
Party affiliation means far less at the local level, and CU is about as local as it gets.
Separate names with a comma.