Someone should put John Hickenlooper’s face on a milk carton.
It seems the U.S. Senate candidate is nowhere to be found since he won the Democrat primary in June.
Bigfoot has been sighted more times than Hickenlooper this summer.
Colorado Politics reports:
Gardner has been campaigning relentlessly, as he faces former Gov. John Hickenlooper in November, who has been out of the spotlight since winning the Democratic primary. Colorado Politics has made repeated requests to interview Hickenlooper since.
It’s not just debates Hickenlooper is ducking, but constituents and reporters who probably want to ask pesky questions about the multitude of scandals following in the Democrat’s wake and ethical issues.
Gardner has certainly been busy campaigning with constituents on the Western Slope and Eastern Plains, rural areas Hickenlooper would ignore anyway, if he were to be found.
Just like the actual job Hickenlooper would ignore, if he were elected.
I enjoyed visiting the soon-to-be-opened, family-owned, lamb processing plant in Brush; a state-of-the-art facility which will be one of the town’s largest employers. The plant has the potential to be the largest lamb processing facility in the USA. https://t.co/wOZnd0HcDp
— Cory Gardner (@CoryGardner) August 12, 2020
Great stops on day 2 of my annual Eastern Plains farm tour. First stop: Western Sugar Co-Op to check out the latest in sugar beet processing. pic.twitter.com/Z4Qp26HXIZ
— Cory Gardner (@CoryGardner) August 9, 2020