"What's with all the candidates?" asks political scientist Seth Masket when he looks at the race for governor. He says the crowded field has to do with seismic shifts in the primary election and in the parties.
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Western State University Professor Mark Todd has encouraged Colorado poets at all kinds of events, from cowboy poetry readings to poetry slams. He recently received the Karen Chamberlain Award for Lifetime Achievement in Poetry in Colorado.
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