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October 01, 2007 10:01 PM UTC

The Race to Replace Rosemary

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  • by: Colorado Pols


We wrote last week about the race to replace House Speaker Andrew Romanoff in HD-6, but that isn’t the only Denver race that seems poised to see a tough primary.

Like Romanoff, Rep. Rosemary Marshall is also term-limited in 2008, and the list of candidates for her seat in HD-8 is getting longer. Beth McCann, who despite being heavily-favored lost the Denver DA’s race in a blowout to Mitch Morrissey in 2004, is apparently getting close to becoming a candidate in HD-8. We hear that McCann is being gently pushed out of her job in the Attorney General’s office by John Suthers, which would leave her looking for another gig in 2008.

With Cindy Lowery and Matt Bergles already running in HD-8, the addition of McCann to the race could make this primary a complete free-for-all.

 

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12 thoughts on “The Race to Replace Rosemary

  1. Beth will have far more money, lots of support from across the District including Wellington Webb and is the smartest lawyer in the race. Maybe next time for Cindy but Beth has just too much support.

  2. I hear there will be a 4th candidate in the race, so this might come down to who works the hardest.  Lowery is setting up a strong organization, and will have plenty of Young Dems walking and calling for her in a increasingly young district.

    1. Those will be the two who the assembly put on the ballot of the current people rumored to be running. If anyone else petitions on, it will then be a question of who does that person pull from.

      One thing that I find highly curious is there are no african-american candidates. This has traditionally been a black district. So we may still see more strong candidates come forward.

    1. she is not going to run plus she would have a hard time because if you know her… she is not the person to go door to door.

      Cindy has been working to set strong ties in the district and should have no problem with the door to door and ballot process.  Money may not be as easy but she has a large database of folks.

  3. Beth would be a terrific choice. She has a great background and experience for the seat, and would be a worthy successor to Rep. Marshall. Moreover, she would be able to work with both parties, as she’s proven at the Attorney General’s office. (Suthers is not pushing her anywhere, he’s very happy with her.) I hope she runs and wins!

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