Why Is Bob Schaffer Running?
It’s been more than five months since the Colorado Republican Party essentially informed us citizens that Bob Schaffer would be its candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2008.
This was very shortly after the Colorado Democratic Party essentially informed us citizens that Mark Udall was its candidate. And very shortly after that, Udall had his Web site up at udallforsenate.com, extensively detailing his positions on actual big-picture and current event issues.
Schaffer – as Colorado Confidential has reported, first in June, then in July, then in August – still has still no place to go where potential voters can go to learn where he stands on real, live issues. Want to know where he stands on Pi
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