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With questions beginning to swirl around the prospect of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) headquarters moving back to Washington D.C. from Grand Junction, Colorado, a senior Democrat and long-standing supporter of the relocation of the headquarters to Colorado told Western Wire he wants to see a robust presence remain in the state.
At the final presidential debate on Thursday night, climate change is on the short list of expected topics—and the question could put Democratic nominee Joe Biden in a tough spot. The 2020 campaign season has been dominated by pressure from the party’s left wing for anti-development policies like a national fracking ban but taking back the Senate will require picking up seats in the West, where voters are supportive energy production.
Fresh off his recently suspended presidential campaign, Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) was back in Denver on Friday where he acknowledged that his colleague, Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.), would benefit in his reelection campaign if Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) wins the Democratic presidential primary.
Former Colorado governor and current U.S. Senate candidate John Hickenlooper got into a fiery exchange on Sunday with an environmental activist who was protesting his past support for the oil and natural gas industry.
Furthering deepening the divide within the U.S. Senate Democratic primary in Colorado, opposing candidates and environmental activist groups sharply criticized the absence of former Gov. John Hickenlooper who cited a scheduling conflict.