Gov. Bill Ritter (D-CO) abruptly withdrawing from re-election race?
Two questions: is it true? – and if it’s true, does it have anything to do with this? Governor Ritter was embroiled in a separate controversy this year when he nominated his scandal-plagued chief of staff, who he is rumored to be having an extramarital affair with, to be the state’s top federal prosecutor. Stephanie Villafuerte abruptly withdrew her nomination to be Colorado’s next U.S. | Read More »
CO-GOV: Bill Ritter (D) at 40%.
It’s a bad time to be an incumbent Democrat: Like many Democrats nationwide these days, Colorado Governor Bill Ritter who was easily elected in 2006 finds himself trailing his chief Republican opponent in a potential 2010 match-up. A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in the state shows former GOP Congressman Scott McInnis ahead of Ritter 48% to 40%. Four percent (4%) like some other candidate, | Read More »
NAME! THAT! PARTY! – Colorado Governor category.
…it’s who you know. Isn’t that right, Governor Bill Ritter (D-CO)? Gov. Ritter Steered Stimulus Money To Ex-Employer DENVER (AP) ? Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter has awarded some of the state’s first stimulus money to his former employer in a no-bid contract. Ritter hired his former law firm, the Washington-based Hogan & Hartson, in a no-bid contract to review stimulus spending, The Denver Post reported | Read More »