DENVER -- Earlier this week the United States Olympic Committee visited Colorado to explore the possibility of a bid for a future Winter Games.
Denver Mayor Hancock is on board. Governor Hickenlooper is on board.
But Governor-elect Jared Polis is not.
"I am a skeptic of the Olympics," Polis said during an interview with FOX31 Political Reporter Joe St. George.
"I worry about it leaving a legacy of debt for Coloradans when we have our own infrastructure needs," Polis added.
That said -- Polis said if the committee supporting a bid gets enough voters to approve a ballot measure -- he would support it.
"It is my understanding that the group that wants the Olympics to come to Colorado will put it before the people of Colorado for a vote before they move forward," Polis said.
"Like any decision by the voters I would honor that one way or another -- if the people of Colorado want the Olympics I will do my job as Governor," Polis added.
During the conversation with FOX31, Polis also said he would not live in the Colorado Governor's Mansion -- and he defended his controversial transition team appointment.