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November 24, 2015 11:21 AM UTC

Hillary Clinton in Colorado Today

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Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is spending some time in Colorado today. As John Frank reports for the Denver Post:

The former secretary of state will speak at 11:30 a.m. at the Boulder Theatre in downtown Boulder and travel later in the day to Denver for a 3:15 p.m. event at Manual High School. The trip also includes a private fundraising event at the Boulder home of Mo Siegel, one of the founders of Celestial Seasonings.

Clinton’s visit to Colorado is the second in four months and comes weeks after rival Bernie Sanders drew an estimated 9,000 to a rally in Boulder. In June, the Vermont senator brought nearly 5,000 people to the University of Denver.

The Clinton campaign said the two events Tuesday are designed to mobilize Democratic activists ahead of the state’s March 1 caucuses. The campaign said Clinton will “discuss the issues that keep Coloradans up at night” but declined to offer specific. Her remarks at an  August event in Denver focused on the economy and the protection of women’s rights.

 

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  1. Neither of our house trolls has been in here yet today. I figured Moddy was still in his bunker hiding from the 5-year old Syrian children who he believes are going to slit his throat. But maybe he and A/C are getting good seats for the HRC event.

  2. Not much that keeps me up at night, occasionally an espresso after 9:00 p.m., …

    … perhaps I should be drinking Celestial's camomile instead?  (Can't wait to hear what HRC suggests!)

    1. So they can unfurl their "Benghazi!!!!" sign?  Bet they'll be disappointed when that fails to get them a beating because, unlike Trump supporters, Dems are relatively civilized. 

  3. If I could go and talk to someone about Clinton, I would suggest that she mix some quotes and metaphors from the best in our civilization to go with her statistics and analysis.  Love the facts and goals but occasionally I would like to hear our leaders quote Bob Dylan or Confucius to explain or inspire.  She could be more effective if she was less analytical and more personal.

    1. I'd add try to sound less smug and less defesnsive and dismissive in the face of sometimes quite valid questions and criticism. She always seems so damned put upon when anyone dares to question her authoritaahy. Her natural default expression is pretty much just like Gore sighing and rolling his eyes. 

      1. Obama looks better and better as he gets ready to transition into retirement.  He had the policies and humor to come across as articulate and caring.  And her ego is actually under control compared to Trump or Cruz or Carson.  How hard is it to change when you are no longer young?  Can she do it and not be called a shape shifter?  Who knows?

        1. You have to have a giant ego to get to a place where you're a serious candidate for president. It's the brittle, eye rolling, dismissive, how dare they question me style that doesn't go over so well.  The Donald's supporters love The Donald. Sanders supporters love their Bernie. What percentage of HRC supporters even like her all that much? Nope. Ego is not the problem.

  4. Good event.  Maybe 600 people (?) jammed into a small, hot gymnasium at Manual HS.  Polly Baca, Wellington Webb and Michael Hancock were the speakers.  Decent stump speech spoken without a lectern. No news there. Enthusiastic response from the crowd, but not electric.  Just doesn't compare to an Obama rally, but maybe I'm biased.

    Hillary seemed happy to be campaigning, in contrast with, say, Jeb?.  Unless Bernie picks up, this race doesn't start till Labor Day.

    Personally, I got my cowboy hat signed by Hillary.  So, now I have Barack, Michelle, Bill and Hillary's signatures on that hat.  Mission Accomplished!

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