In the Lens: Colorado Democrats
It was a full house at the re-org held at the Adams Mark in downtown Denver. The facilities were very accommodating to the large crowd of Democrats.Two Kens met in the hallway, Senator Ken Salazar (left) and Steamboat Town Councilman, Ken Brenner.
Caught another Salazar there, too–older brother and one of the few working farmers in Congress, John Salazar.
People casually stopped to chat with Governor Bill Ritter, who has been a familiar face at Democratic events for years.
State Senator Gail Schwartz (left) and State Senate President Joan Fitz-gerald shared a smile.
Newly re-elected chair of the Colorado Democratic Party, Pat Waak, greeted the Mesa County Democratic delegation. From left to right, former Mesa chair, Skip Mottram, Mesa County’s new chair, Mary Beth Pyle, Pat Waak and Linda Reeves.
(Photo to the right) Jared Polis and State Treasurer, Cary Kennedy traded jokes.
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