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January 20, 2009 06:36 PM UTC

Denver Clean Out Of Democrats

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Politics West reports:

In addition to Senate President Peter Groff…local Democrats in Washington for the inaugural include: Gov. Bill Ritter and his wife, Jeannie; Sens. Gail Schwartz of Snowmass Village and Rollie Heath of Boulder; Reps. Beth McCann of Denver, Dianne Primavera of Broomfield, Sara Gagliardi of Arvada, Andy Kerr of Lakewood and Anne McGihon of Denver.

Officials from Denver include Mayor John Hickenlooper and District 11 City Councilman Michael Hancock.

And it’s not just electeds–activists, nonprofit leaders, usual Colorado political suspects…lots of out-of-office autoreplies will be seen today.

Here’s a photo that was just emailed to us by Mike Huttner of local liberal activist group Progress Now, recording the scene at 1st and D Street:

In an accompanying message, Huttner says the line where he is has moved only a few feet in a matter of hours. Upshot? Apparently Jesse Jackson is stuck in the same spot with him.

Are you in DC now? If so, send us updates–you can either add a comment to this post, or if you haven’t figured out how to log in with your Blackberry (you can do this, fyi), send your photos and updates to webmaster@coloradopols.com and we’ll post them.

From a Denver-area elected official who prefers to remain anonymous:

We’re making our way to our assigned seats now. We’re lucky to have seats, because it appears that many in standing room areas, not to mention the general public, will never get close enough to see much.



Ambulances slowed by inaugural crowds. Photo: Mike Huttner

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