Bennet back to working the base
BOULDER — Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet is eschewing right wing talk radio to rally more likely supporters on Election Day. He’s due to arrive on the University of Colorado-Boulder campus any minute, where Environment Colorado activists are flagging passers-by in advance of his appearance.
Albuquerque native Rachael Maloney says she has been hitting the pavement hard throughout Boulder County over the last two weeks.
“We’re not with any campaign, but the Senate race, well, the choice there is pretty obvious.”
She said she was not recommending Republican Ken Buck, the climate change skeptic, to university voters.
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