(D) Hillary Clinton*
(R) Donald Trump*
(R) Ted Cruz*
(R) Marco Rubio*
(D) Michael Bennet*
(R) Tim Neville*
(R) Jack Graham*
(R) Robert Blaha*
(D) Diana DeGette*
(R) Casper Stockham*
(D) Jared Polis*
(R) Scott Tipton*
(R) Ken Buck*
(D) Bob Seay*
(R) Doug Lamborn*
(R) Mike Coffman*
(D) Morgan Carroll*
(D) Ed Perlmutter*
(R) Bruce Baker*
I remember when I became a D. CAROMAN took me to lunch, we plotted tot take over the world. (I still say he’s Pinkie,)
THere was no red dress involved.
he’s previously held office as a Republican and run as unaffiliated for the Senate — I guess he either had to become a Democrat, or join the ACP. (Probably a little more money in the Democratic party.)
This guy makes Willard look like a absolute rock. Methinks, just maybe the ideal party for Charlie would be the Opportunists.
Such sexy facial hair.
Wow even at the White House. Common sense eventually prevails. He is so running for Governor again.
Having checked my tea leaves and all.
“Governor” Scott needs political killing. The average person in Florida is suffering under his policies and cronyism.
Crist now has two years to revitalize his base, bring in new voters, and save the state. Rubio is too many years out to keep his face fresh, although he could certainly run if he fails in his bid for governor.
He is not adverse to naming names and calling out evil.
….. a couple of articles in the local paper, in the belly of The Land of Fucked Up Elections.
Biggest negative I saw scanning the story, is that he’s an opportunist. I think it more like he’s smart and he is will to change if that’s the smart thing to do. I don’t mean just politically, but with new information, etc.
One thing for sure, he ain’t no corporatist like Scott.
And for some local pundit analysis:
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