Monday, January 5, 2009

Who advises Ritter?

I just noticed this column from TV reporter Aaron Harber in the Dec. 26th edition of the Colorado Statesman:
Colorado’s pundits and politicos are advising Gov. Bill Ritter to replace U.S. Sen. Ken Salazar with someone well-known and well-connected in Democratic circles, someone who can raise the millions of dollars likely to be needed for the 2010 election campaign.

Those criteria are too simplistic — if not altogether wrong.

Instead, Ritter needs to make a bold choice, selecting someone who has academic training in economics, significant business experience and an intimate knowledge of the financial world.

Okay, that's exactly what Ritter did. Maybe Harber has the governor's ear?

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