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Volunteers for Andrew Romanoff are busting their behinds day in and day out and Mr.Romanoff himself is crisscrossing the state connecting with voters and making his case for their vote.

What's Bennet up to? From the  latest edition of the  New Yorker

Michael Bennet, a freshman Democrat from Colorado, said, "Sit and watch us for seven days—just watch the floor. You know what you’ll see happening? Nothing. When I’m in the chair, I sit there thinking, I wonder what they’re doing in China right now?"

uh, what? You have a primary - Guess your day dreaming is happening on the campaign trail too and Andrew Romanoff is taking advantage of it - and is surging in the polls.

(crossposted at Huffington Post, Square State,  Firedoglake and Ultimate Politics )

Local Progressive Talk Show Host Mario Solis Marich says it best today:

"In my history of campaigns, I always said a candidate can't win without PAC money - I have never said you could win without it. Now that's not the case. Romanoff is doing it."

As you can see in this diary about Primary Candidate Andrew Romanoff (that was up on the rec list for the last 2 days) -  Mr. Romanoff has come from behind from a double digit deficit to a lead in 4 weeks - and all without taking any PAC money against a conservadem.

Wednesday August 4th is the Andrew Romanoff Moneybomb Day
Help Andrew get not only past the primary but able to beat a Tea Party Republican (Ken Buck) in the General: Donate to Andrew Romanoff here

Originally posted to wade norris on Mon Aug 02, 2010 at 04:24 PM PDT.

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