Colo.’s Sen. Bennet starts door-to-door campaign
DENVER – Colorado’s state assemblies are over, the party activists have spoken and now Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet is laying into the meat of his campaign.
Bennet planned a Denver rally Saturday to start a door-to-door campaign for votes. Bennet faces a primary challenge from former Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff.
Two Republicans are also in the running for the seat, which analysts say is one of the nation’s most vulnerable. Bennet was appointed to the Senate seat last year and has not run for public office before. Bennet’s campaign says the senator will have hundreds of volunteers out in Denver.
Romanoff planned campaign stops in Colorado Springs and Trinidad Saturday.
The primaries are Aug. 10