She announced her candidacy on her newly-launched campaign website, and said that she will formally kick off the campaign next week after talking to supporters across the state.
I look forward to hearing about the events in which she talks to supporters across the state, who and where her supporters are, and how she addresses Republicans’ questions and concerns.
Because as Westword blogger Michael Roberts points out, her Web bio is long on former lieutenant governor resume (much longer than her Wikipedia entry) but largely short on details that concern forward-looking Coloradans — in contrast to Ryan Frazier (here and here), for example.
I hope to get an opportunity to flesh out Norton’s vision and message in an interview similar — albeit not necessarily as long — to the one I gave of new candidate Tom Wiens.
And don’t forget… You can vote for Norton, Frazier, Wiens, Ken Buck, or others in our September 2009 Survey of Colorado’s Political Temperature.