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February 19, 2020 12:42 PM UTC

Hickenlooper Submits Petitions in (Probably) Record Time

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  • by: Colorado Pols

The U.S. Senate campaign for former Gov. John Hickenlooper today filed petition signatures for inclusion on the Democratic Primary ballot in June. Hickenlooper’s campaign had previously said that it would pursue both the petition signature and caucus routes for ballot access.

The Hickenlooper campaign had until March 17 to submit petition signatures for ballot access; Hick’s camp began collecting signatures on Jan. 21, which means it took less than a month to reach the goal (candidates for U.S. Senate must collect 1,500 valid signatures from each of Colorado’s seven congressional districts). It’s difficult to say for sure that Hickenlooper set the mark for the shortest time required for a statewide candidate to collect petition signatures — there are no real records for this — but we certainly can’t recall another campaign putting signatures together this quickly.

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16 thoughts on “Hickenlooper Submits Petitions in (Probably) Record Time

    1. what scale?
      Everyone who wants, could have registered D prior to 2/15 and then caucused their head off for any candidate.

      Everyone who is registered can vote in the June primary, which is the only 'scal' that matters.

      And then in November the chance will be to flip Colorado, Arizona, Maine and one or two others.

      Of course, then the world comes to an end. I saw Ghostbusters.

      1. The scale you ask about is the scale of public opinion. There are some few misguided souls who believe the obvious preference Alva has for the former governor might sway some readers' opinion.

        I realize that is a silly notion, but, there it is.

        1. Cue “Ride of the Valkyries.”. It is time for the flightless kiwi bird to repeat her 18 hour lecture series about Hick being no damn good.

          take notes.  This will be on the test.

          1. Would you be very surprised to learn that there’s been a few pieces of music penned since 1851???? . . .

            . . . one or two even in the current Millennium???
             

              1. Perhaps.  I dunno’ . . . 

                Still, you seem to be the platter spinner with the hand most often furiously cranking out the selections on that there Victrola? . . . 

      1. There has been more than one period of time in my life where finding two nickels to rub together was tough.

        But, no. Money is not evil. But the love of it is the root of All evil…I've heard it said.

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