First Coffman-Romanoff debate: it won’t go away
In case you missed Mike Coffman’s near-oops moment, the first Coffman-Romanoff debate, held last Thursday in Highlands Ranch, will be broadcast in five parts beginning today (Aug. 18) at 3 p.m. on KCDO-TV Channel 3 and running through Friday, Aug. 22. Yes, it was a long debate.
Aaron Harber moderated the 6th Congressional District exchange between Rep. Mike Coffman and former state House Speaker Andrew Romanoff. And so, to no one’s surprise, it will be televised on Harber’s show: The Aaron Harber Show: Colorado Elections 2014.
That’s not the only place you can see it. The Denver Post will broadcast the show each morning — prior to Harber’s broadcast. It will also be shown on ION Television and Comcast Entertainment Television (CET). Check your cable listings for times on ION and CET, because we are running out of space.
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