After some drama last week – Colorado’s election ballot is finally set. Of the three statewide questions facing voters – one is largely a symbolic measure, another was referred by the legislature and the third seeks to legalize possession of small amounts of marijuana.
Jim Messina starts by telling what feels like a well-worn anecdote about a 3-year-old. The tyke, it seems, can answer with authority when asked what President Barack Obama does. “He approves this message,” the youngster says.
On the same day Republicans formally nominated Mitt Romney for the presidency, a battle over proposed party rules changes roiled the GOP’s national convention on Tuesday and left some Colorado delegates vowing they won’t cast a vote for the former Massachusetts governor in the fall election.
Even though the Republican National Convention missed a direct hit from one storm Monday, controversy and bad weather still threaten to dampen the Republican Party’s chance to showcase its presidential ticket behind a unified party.