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Tuesday, May 28, 2019 La Junta Tribune-Democrat

Key Pueblo Dems are backing Romanoff’s Senate bid

As a growing field of Democrats jostle each other to run against U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., former House Speaker Andrew Romanoff has released a list of more than 250 former and current Democratic officials who are endorsing him. Tuesday’s list shows all three Pueblo County commissioners — Terry Hart, Garrison Ortiz and Chris Wiseman […]

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Tuesday, May 28, 2019 Colorado Politics

Hundreds of current, former elected officials endorse Andrew Romanoff in U.S. Senate primary

Andrew Romanoff announced Tuesday that his U.S. Senate campaign has won endorsements from more than 250 current and former elected officials, including a former congressman and dozens of state lawmakers.  “This is what a grassroots campaign looks like. Thousands of Coloradans are joining our call to repair our democracy and restore the American dream,” said […]

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Wednesday, May 15, 2019 Pikes Peak Courier

2020 Senate hopeful Andrew Romanoff shares health care, climate change plans with Teller County Democrats at Woodland Park Library

He may have been preaching to the choir, but Andrew Romanoff, Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2020, outlined a campaign that focuses on climate change, health care and mental health, as well as collaboration between major parties. Romanoff challenges the Republican incumbent Sen. Cory Gardner. Former Speaker of the Colorado House of Representatives, […]

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Sunday, May 05, 2019 Summit Daily

Andrew Romanoff talks about Mental Health Awareness month

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, approximately one in five American adults experience mental illness, yet only 41 percent of adults with a mental health condition receive treatment in any given year. That trend is true in Colorado, where outward appearances don’t always tell the whole story. The state leads the nation in […]

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Thursday, Apr 18, 2019 The Aspen Times

Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff to visit Aspen on Thursday for public event

One of the Democratic candidates running to unseat Colorado Republican Sen. Cory Gardner next year will be in Aspen for a campaign stop Thursday afternoon. Andrew Romanoff, former Colorado House speaker, is scheduled to appear at the Aspen Fire Station (420 E. Hopkins Ave.) at 3:30 p.m. for a meet-and-greet with members of the community, […]

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Monday, Apr 15, 2019 La Junta Tribune-Democrat

La Junta Dem dinner features Romanoff

The Annual Tri-County JFK Dinner, hosted by Otero County Democrats at the La Junta Senior Center on Saturday, featured Dist. 47 Rep. Brianna Buentello, Dist. 27 Rep. Brianna Titone and Andrew Romanoff, Colorado candidate to the U.S. Senate. For the past several years, Romanoff has concentrated his efforts on mental health issues. After losing his […]

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Tuesday, Feb 12, 2019 Westword

Andrew Romanoff on How a Family Tragedy Inspires His U.S. Senate Bid

Losing to Mike Coffman in the 2014 race for Colorado’s 6th Congressional District was tough for former Democratic state speaker of the house Andrew Romanoff, who’s just announced his 2020 candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat currently occupied by Cory Gardner. But it was nothing compared to what happened just over a month later. “Four years ago, I lost a young […]

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Thursday, Feb 07, 2019 4 CBS Denver

Andrew Romanoff Announces Entry Into 2020 Colorado Senate Race

DENVER (CBS4) – Former Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff wants to challenge Republican Sen. Cory Gardner for the U.S. Senate. As part of the announcement of his Senate candidacy, Romanoff will step down as president and CEO of the nonprofit Mental Health Colorado.

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