Denver November 2004 Election
Mitch Morrissey has a website. It has some good stuff but is missing both an e-mail list and a weblog. Mr. Morrissey, you're missing two opportunites to have a conversation with potential supporters.
Read my recommendations here for what you should do online. There are any number of posts here and here about utilizing weblogs.
Colorado Luis: "I agree with Democratic Party Chair Chris Gates: This makes it a two person race for the nomination between Bridges and Mike Miles. Should be cause for soul searching among Colorado Dems -- do we want to give the nomination to a guy whose primary qualification is his ability to fund his own campaign, or are we willing to dig into our own pockets and come up with the cash the guy who has been campaigning for two years, and who has impressed lots of people, will need to put up a fight?"
Update: Both sides of the FasTracks debate are gearing up to throw a bunch of dough at TV, according to the Denver Post [February 29, 2004, "Campaign for FasTracks promises to be contentious, expensive"]. Where are your weblogs? Better yet why not come together and argue the issues on a community weblog. Here's a link to a community weblog. Think about it. The definitive source for all things on both sides of the issue, aggregated in the same place, with links to the Post and the Rocky.
Update: Here's the coverage of Rutt Bridges announcement from the Denver Post [February 28, 2004, "Think-tank founder seeks Campbell's seat"].
Update: Here's the link to Rutt Bridges website. The website is nicely done in red, whie, and blue. They have an e-mail list.
Update: Lot's of speculation about Rutt Bridges' candidacy and it's effect on the Bighorn Center from Peter Blake in his column in yesterday's Rocky [February 28, 2004, "Blake: Bridges' run for Senate eases pressure on TABOR"].