Andrew Romanoff's debt retirement party: Was selling his house really a good idea?

Andrew Romanoff, who came up short in his bid to defeat Michael Bennet in the Democratic Senate primary, is the guest of honor tonight at a party (details below) to celebrate his 44th birthday -- and to help retire his campaign debt, which would be even more oppressive if he hadn't sold his house to finance a last-minute TV-ad blitz. Does Romanoff have any regrets about this last decision? "Sure," he says.
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