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Remember When Colorado Wasn’t A Battleground State?

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There was a time when Colorado was largely an afterthought when it came to the race for the White House. But this week it seems that the very center of Government will be in Denver with candidate visits, a nationally televised debate – and just about every surrogate one can think of campaigning on behalf of Mitt Romney or President Obama.

KUNC’s Brian Larson spoke to Colorado Statesman Publisher Jody Hope Strogoff about a crazy political week.

Email: brian.larson@kunc.org
Jody Hope Strogoff is the editor and publisher of The Colorado Statesman. The Statesman is a non-partisan political weekly newspaper, founded in 1898. Jody began working at the newspaper in the late 1970s, later purchasing the publication in 1988. She discusses the state’s political scene each Tuesday at 6:35 and 8:35 during KUNC’s Morning Edition.
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