Today at the Schaffer v Udall blog, I gladly take the opportunity to quickly correct a small mistake while getting another chance to emphasize a major point:
As the National Republican Senatorial Committee documented well, it took Mark Udall two-and-a-half years after 9/11 to drop his co-sponsorship of the Department of Peace: March 17, 2004. Coincidentally, though, it came one week after he first announced he was running for U.S. Senate. Does anyone still want to argue credibly that he changed his position on the issue because of 9/11? Or is it much clearer now that the move is part of Boulder liberal Mark Udall’s careful calculation to remake his image as he runs for statewide office?
You can read the whole thing here.
Other recent highlights from the blog on Colorado’s U.S. Senate campaign:
– Thanking Mark Udall for the Gas Price Pain that Keeps Many Home This Fourth of July
– Greeley Parade Officials Boost Mark Udall, Leave Out Own Board Rep Bob Schaffer
– A reminder to submit your questions to 9News for the upcoming July 14 debate between Bob Schaffer and Mark Udall
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