Denver lawyer Jason Crow has no idea what he would do if elected to Congress, but that isn’t stopping the Democrat from announcing three months after U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman took office that he will challenge the Republican in the next election.
Crow’s announcement was made with little fanfare in an interview with a Denver Post reporter that he will run and focus on issues that matter to working families.
And what exactly are those issues that affect working families?
We can only presume it’s Trump, because that’s mostly what Crow discussed.
Crow said politics is broken, duh, and he wants to be all bipartisany — presumably like U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet who pledged to work across the political aisle, then voted against confirming a Supreme Court justice from Colorado.
“I want to get back to the place where we’re focused more on getting things done and accomplishing things together than we are about tearing each other down,” Crow said.
Then the Democrat proceeded to tear Coffman down.
As far as political announcements go, this one rates at the bottom of our excitement meter. But at least he didn’t commit any crimes while doing so.