Salazar endorses Kennedy, Schroeder endorses Polis, Lynne hits airwaves

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DENVER — Endorsements and candidate news were aplenty Tuesday in Colorado politics.

Former Colorado U.S. Sen. Ken Salazar endorsed Cary Kennedy’s campaign for governor.

Meanwhile, longtime Colorado Congresswoman Pat Schroeder endorsed Congressman Jared Polis.

Not to be outdone, Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne launched her first TV commercial of the campaign, showing off her new “Fight for Colorado” tattoo.

“You can learn a lot about me from my tattoos,” Lynne said before invoking President Donald Trump’s name.

Schroeder calls Polis “bold and progressive” in a video posted to YouTube.

“Jared has a heart as big as a washtub,” Schroeder said.

“It’s time to elect the first woman governor,” Salazar said. “Cary Kennedy understands the importance of education for our children.”

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