It appears that Pueblo has had enough of Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne, who is now holding events there described as “intimate” — code for “hardly anyone showed up.”

She’s certainly starting to reek of desperation for the Pueblo vote, as she’s been there 16 times in the last 20 months, the Pueblo Chieftain reports.

And yet after all those visits, the best she can come up with is that everyone in America Pueblo voters are concerned about the economy, health care, and opioid crisis.

Meanwhile, Democratic state Sen. Mike Johnston also held an event at a library with a “crowd” of potential voters to discuss his campaign of “hope.”

He “hopes” that voters won’t see right through his number one promise, an idea that has already been debunked as unworkable.

“I’ve come out as the first to say we’ll move Colorado to 100 percent renewable energy by 2040 and, in the process, create 70,000 new jobs in Southern Colorado and the Eastern Plains of Colorado, lower people’s health care costs and people’s utility bills along the way,” he told those who came out to hear him speak.

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jared Polis made the same pledge, but he’s already admitted a viable plan doesn’t actually exist to obtain that goal.