Colorado’s Senate candidates chow down as they count down
PARACHUTE, Colorado ” Running for the U.S. Senate must work up quite an appetite. Colorado’s candidates are in an all-out sprint for votes a week before Election Day.
At least they won’t be hungry.
Republican Bob Schaffer starts his day Tuesday talking to employees at a natural gas company in Parachute. He’ll canvass the Western Slope, with stops planned in Grand Junction, Delta, Montrose and Meeker. His tour includes a “Pizza With Bob” stop in Montrose.
Democrat Mark Udall has even more food stops on his calendar. He’ll be hitting Front Range cities Tuesday starting with a breakfast meet-and-greet in Denver. On Wednesday Udall stops by a bakery in Littleton and then heads back to Denver for lunch at a Mexican restaurant with supporters.
Schaffer and Udall are seeking to replace retiring Republican Sen. Wayne Allard.
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