State Assemblies

· May 24, 2010, 8:35 am

The rising national anger toward Washington bubbled to the surface in Colorado over the weekend, at both the Republican and Democratic state assemblies. Presumed Republican Gubernatorial frontrunner Scott McInnis made the ballot, but lost top billing to tea party candidate and businessman Dan Maes. Bente Birkeland attended the Democratic state assembly in Broomfield, where U.S. Senator Michael Bennet lost traction to former speaker of the house Andrew Romanoff.

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