Colorado gov candidate puts Canadian mountains on Web site
The Denver Post
Republican strategist Mike Hesse wants to know if anyone is offering a class for campaign types on how to recognize mountain ranges.
If so, “I’d be happy to join,” he said today.
Hesse made the tongue-in-cheek comment after GOP gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis’ debut Web site mistakenly featured a Canadian mountain range.
Last year, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Bob Schaffer famously displayed Alaska’s Mount McKinley in a TV ad as he talked about Colorado’s mountains.
The McInnis mountain gaffe gave left-leaning blogs some fireworks to write about over the Fourth of July weekend.
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