The Get More Smarter Podcast: Bold Predictions for 2020

This is it: The final episode of 2019 for The Get More Smarter Podcast. To close out the year, hosts Jason Bane and Ian Silverii discuss the most important Colorado political stories of 2019 and look ahead to 2020 with some bold predictions. Will Democrats take control of the U.S. Senate in 2020? Can Sen. Cory Gardner win re-election? Which one of Colorado’s seven Congressional seats could flip next year? 

And for the first time, Jason plays America’s worst favorite game, “Duke or Donald.” Ian is the current record-holder in the game that nobody really wins, but can Jason take the title in the last episode of 2019?

The Get More Smarter Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Buzzcloud, Spotify, and Overcast. You can also follow the Podcast on Twitter @MoreSmarterShow. If you have a question or comment, hit us up at AngryRants@GetMoreSmarter.com.

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  1. Conserv. Head Banger says:

    I'm not willing to sacrifice 58 minutes of my remaining lifespan to listen to your podcast. Why don't you just post a summary?

  2. itlduso says:

    I predict 2020 will be one of the worst years in American history.  It will begin with a sham impeachment trial in the Senate.  It will end with the ugliest, most divisive election marked by lie after lie after lie.  Gardner will be ousted and Crow re-elected, but that will be cold comfort.  

    I hope I’m wrong.

    • Conserv. Head Banger says:

      I got my first piece of Gardner re-election mail on Xmas Eve. Doesn't talk much about his accomplishments except he protects the environment. Said nothing about all his work on LWCF, for example.

      Spent far too much time complaining about out-of-state leftist money; socialism; and Pelosi. That may play to the semi-literate base and to the few tens of thousands of educated people who can't stomach anything but Trump. But really not sufficient to make a positive impression on common sense conservatives like myself.

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