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June 09, 2016 07:22 AM UTC

The Get More Smarter Show: June 9, 2016

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This week on Get More Smarter: now with fewer glaring technical problems! Jason Bane and Alan Franklin discuss the Republican U.S. Senate primary, Bachelor star Ben Higgins, Gov. John Hickenlooper’s veep speculation, and more! Then stay tuned for an interview with former Chief of Staff for House Speaker Dickey Lee Hullinghorst Ian Silverii, now the executive director of ProgressNow Colorado.

Thanks for watching! To jump directly to the Silverii interview, click to 12:55 in the video above or click here.

If you missed the previous episode, featuring an extensive interview with Gov. John Hickenlooper, click here.

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6 thoughts on “The Get More Smarter Show: June 9, 2016

  1. Conjunction Junction, what's your function?
    Hooking up two boxcars and making 'em run right.
    Milk and honey, bread and butter, peas and rice.
    Hey that's nice!

        1. And the fact that Salazar is to HRC's right. The last thing she, a centrist candidate, needs is a Conservadem.

          I like Salazar. I voted for Salazar. He was a great statewide candidate for Colorado in the political landscape in which Dems were finding their way at the time. That time is past. HRC needs someone younger and at least center left, certainly not center right. Nobody anywhere near the right is going to vote for HRC. Why the hell bother?

          What we need is for Bernie's voters to join up. Salazar does nothing for us there. He's also all wrong for the attack dog duties of a running mate and a less inspiring speaker would be hard to find. When he ran for the Senate nomination even we Salazar delegates had to admit Mike Miles had it all over Salazar as an inspiring speaker. 

          No Salazar. No Hick. Is anyone outside of Colorado taking either of these guys seriously as VP material? 

          1. No.  No one is taking either of them seriously as VP pics outside the state (and most inside the state aren't either).

            Salazar's future in politics, if he want's one, is likely to attempt to succeed Hick as Governor.

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