Partisan politics takes the stage in Colorado

8th September, 2014 by

By Lauren Glendenning

GRAND JUNCTION — Partisan politics took center stage in Grand Junction Saturday night at the Club 20 debates, the long-standing Western Slope tradition that kicks off election season in Colorado. The big office candidates — gubernatorial, U.S. Senate and U.S. House districts 2 and 3 — squared off in a series of four evening debates. Rep. Jared Polis (D), the U.S. House District 2 incumbent, was the only main party candidate to decline his invitation for the debates. Club 20 typically invites candidates from the Democratic and Republican parties, leaving out independents and third party candidates. The first debate of …

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