Governor hopefuls make their case at CCU forum

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Governor hopefuls make their case at CCU forum

(CCU President) A packed house at Colorado Christian University’s School of Music auditorium gave gubernatorial candidates a rousing reception last night, as they spoke at CCU’s Candidate Forum, sponsored by the university’s Centennial Institute.

Candidates Scott McInnis, Josh Penry and Dan Maes presented their credentials in an hour long televised forum hosted by Centennial Institute Director John Andrews. An audience of 300 was invited to submit questions which were posed to candidates by CCU Seniors Chad Ryder and Samantha Scoggins. Time permitted candidates to respond to only a few of approximately 50 questions submitted, but all audience questions will be posted tomorrow on this website. The questions will constitute a “checklist of citizen concerns,” Andrews pointed out.

Governor Ritter had been expected to participate, but at 5:00 PM Monday afternoon, his office called to say that he was unable to resolve a scheduling conflict.

The forum was captured on video and will be seen statewide on Colorado Public Television and broadcast by Salem Radio stations around the state, including KNUS 710 in the Denver area. The event was covered by Associated Press and The Denver Post. The Post story is here.

A similar forum for US Senate candidates will be held at the same time, same place, next Tuesday evening the 10th of November.

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