Sen. Michael Bennet will petition on ballot regardless of votes he gets at state assembly
If appointed Senator Michael Bennet doesn’t get the 30% of the votes at the Democrats’ state assembly that he needs to make the Aug. 10 primary ballot, he can blame it on his decision over the weekend to start circulating petitions now to put him on the ballot. He can say, “It wasn’t Andrew Romanoff’s popularity that kept my Assembly vote totals low. It was the activists’ anger at me for petitioning on the ballot regardless of what happened at the assembly.” He’ll then use his relatively large bank roll to beat Romanoff in the primary— unless he doesn’t.
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