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February 21, 2007 07:21 PM UTC

Bill Richardson in Colorado

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  • by: Colorado Pols

New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson will visit Colorado today as one of the first major stops on his bid for President. Richardson will hold a press conference at Centennial Airport at 6:00 p.m.

Richardson has plenty of Colorado connections. One of his top advisors is Mike Stratton, who oversaw the last three Democratic U.S. Senate campaigns in Colorado.

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  1. ……two of which were pathetically bad, IMO.  Strickland couldn’t defeat the potted plant we call Senator Allard.  Salazar probably won despite Stratton’s involvement, not because of it.  Plus, Salazar had other, really effective campaign managers that handled the day to day stuff.

  2. God Help You All.

    I once heard the man screw up a well-written self-deprecating joke by trying to make himself not look so bad.  It was at a commencement ceremony at CU-South (known as UNM), and even the massively-supportive crowd fell silently confused after he flubbed it.  I almost felt bad for him.

    Almost.

      1. He made a joke about how most of the grads knew him only as “The governor who drove too fast,” which even I laughed at, then he tried to ad lib some excuse about how he was so busy and important sometimes he had to speed.

        You could have heard a pin drop.

        It was…  Uncomfortable.

        Based on that alone, he won’t make it through a debate without putting his foot in his mouth a couple times.

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