Dan Njegomir, Colorado Politics

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Cole Wist shares with us some of the views that have inspired admiration in some quarters and stirred vexation in some others. After all, marching to his own drummer has at times led him out of step with the GOP. 

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Brianna Titone is indeed the first openly transgender lawmaker to serve in Colorado's General Assembly, as the media will remind you. Yet, that alone is unlikely to have won the Arvada Democrat the up-for-grabs House seat she wrested from Republican control in 2018.

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Jerry Sonnenberg could be the kind of grass-roots citizen-legislator hailed by our nation's founders — raising crops on his family's Logan County spread during the long days of summer; making laws at the State Capitol in the dead of winter. ... And subbing in the classroom at local schools.

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Young, irreverent, funny, self-deprecating, Sage Naumann hails from the Left Coast yet leans right. He aims to add a few more laughs or, at least, smiles to the next legislative session.

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To listen to Heather Lamm passionately enunciate the virtues of educational choice; to hear her challenge the educational reform movement's current detractors among her fellow Democrats — it's easy to forget she was first Dick and Dottie's daughter.

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