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COLORADO SPRINGS AWAKENS to charred remains.
SEN. GRANTHAM’S ‘PERSPECTIVE’ STATUS UPDATE ON FACEBOOK: “Congratulations to all those who won their primaries tonight. You deserve your hard fought victories. Despite the thrill of victory tonight for several I’m thinking that this night will be remembered for something far different. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the firefighters and the people of Colorado Springs tonight. RIP to the Flying W Ranch. What a great place with so many good memories from my childhood to even more recent visits. Prayers for better weather from here forward.”
DYNASTY DENIED (BARELY): Todd.
POLITICAL CAREER RENEWED: McFadyen.
ENTIRE MCNULTY STATEMENT: “I am so proud of our Republican candidates for the Statehouse. Now is the time to unify our Republican party, grow our House Republican majority and continue our efforts to help families make ends meet and our small businesses grow.”
WHO PREVAILED: “Fierce and conservative.”
QUOTE OF THE DAY: “His lies beat my truth.” — Jean White.
TODAY IS ‘INSIDE THE LOBBYIST REGISTRATION PROGRAM:’ The Colorado Association of Professional Lobbyists welcomes Angela Lawson, Lobbyist Registration Program Manager of the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office, to a “Coffee and Cram” presentation at 10:30 a.m. Ms. Lawson will discuss proposed registration legislation, new program rules being implemented this summer, and common reporting issues (including how to report income and job duties). Venue: Fluid Meeting Space, 501 E. 19th Ave. Members free; nonmembers $30. Registration remains open. Lawyers: This presentation is approved for one general CLE credit.
POST POLITICAL REPORTER BARTELS OUTS HERSELF AS REPUBLICAN PRIMARY VOTER, tweeting, “OMG. I was telling someone who was upset that I’m a GOP to call me and that I still love him, but I tweeted to the world. #copolitics”
POST POLITICAL REPORTER HOOVER HEADLINES A TWEET with the words “Holy Crap.”
WESTERN CONSERVATIVE SUMMIT is this weekend.
ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT TO HELP: State Bill’s parent company, Circuit Media, has entered the Mission: Small Business grant contest, and it needs your help. Please follow the link to this site, log in using your Facebook account and cast your vote for Circuit Media in Denver, Colorado. Thanks!
SEE THE PHOTO THAT SONDERMANN JOKES WILL ‘TORPEDO ANY POLITICAL AMBITIONS: It’s of Sen. Mike Johnston and his bride.
SUBSCRIBERS: State Bill renewal contracts are now available. Lock in this year’s rates! Email email@example.com.
IT’S THE OFFICIAL START OF THE ELECTION SEASON: Celebrate by buying the 700-page (!) Civica Guide To The 2012 Colorado Statehouse Elections, an e-book that’s now on sale ($9.99) at Amazon.com. If you own an iPad, download the free Kindle app, buy the e-book and begin reading it in five minutes or less! The guide will soon be available at Apple iBooks, Barnes and Noble Nook and Google Books. Best thing: Frequent updates planned as we cycle through election season. Read more here.
THE[NEWS]SEEN is looking for fun events to photograph. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
BILL ROUNDUP FOR STATE BILL SUBSCRIBERS, COURTESY OUR VIRTUAL BILL BOX:
* Introduced bills
* Signed bills
* Bills acted upon
* New fiscal notes
* Bill amendments
* New bill versions
* Archived audio
* Archived video
* New lobbyists
* New principals
HICKENLOOPER’S PUBLIC SCHEDULE TODAY, but I bet this isn’t happening:
* 8:15 a.m. – Gov. Hickenlooper will participate in Bike to Work Day and deliver remarks. Location: Civic Center Park Amphitheater, 100 W. 14th Ave. Parkway, Denver.
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