The Democratic Party has two candidates running to represent Colorado in U.S. Senate on the Aug. 10 primary ballot, Andrew Romanoff and Michael Bennett. Does it make a difference which one is chosen? You bet it does!
Elected to four terms in Colorado, Romanoff has a long and successful history in representing Colorado’s needs.
Andrew Romanoff has a demonstrated history of being able to “work across the aisle” and will bring that same level of leadership to the Senate. He was chosen by his peers to serve as Speaker of the House from 2005 to 2009. And his leadership earned national recognition, including Governing magazine’s top honor as Public Official of the Year.
Romanoff refuses to take PAC money and participate in the “pay to play” activity that is rampant in Washington. He will be a senator for the people, not special interests. Romanoff deserves your vote.
—Kaye Fissinger, Longmont