Romanoff wins while no one watches
Wingerter quoted the blog post (3-7-20) that the coronavirus has frozen the primary process and made it very difficult for Romanoff to get any traction from his wins in digital and phone-in assemblies.
“Along with freezing the primary process just as rivals needed visibility from rallies and party activities, the issues have shifted from the Democrats’ left-center divide to competence,” Ciruli wrote last week. And Hickenlooper’s executive experience shows competence, he argues.
The Buzz: Democratic Primary: Is it Over?
Colorado Politics: Pollster Ciruli asks if the Democratic primary is a done deal
|John Hickenlooper speaks with Denver Democrats after a forum in Denver, |
Oct. 26, 2019, that featured the eight candidates seeking the nomination to
challenge U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner in 2020 | Ernest Luning/Colorado Politics
|Andrew Romanoff on the campaign trail for U.S. Senate | Photo: CleanTechnica|