By Floyd Ciruli
Colorado’s political landscape is about to undergo another seismic shift.
A surge in new social movements, evolving voter attitudes, rising new leaders and changing demographics, taken together, are creating significant fault lines. Like the earth’s surface, the political plates are about to slip and create a new configuration. The tension has been building for several years, but is now accelerated following the election of President Donald Trump in 2016.
|Jeff Neumann, The Denver Post; photo by Thinkstock by Getty Images|