I haven't been so wrong about a political pick since I predicted that then-Lieutenant Governor Joe Rogers would lead a crowded pack in the Republican primary for the congressional seat ultimately claimed by Democrat Ed Perlmutter.
Governor Bill Ritter just announced that he'll hold a news conference at 2 p.m. tomorrow (and not January 6, as I'd predicted this morning) to announce and introduce his appointee to the U.S. Senate.
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And that appointee won't be Perlmutter, or Andrew Romanoff, or John Hickenlooper, or Gary Hart (my favorite) -- but reportedly current Denver Public Schools superintendent Michael Bennet, according to the scoop provided first by Lynn Bartels of the Rocky Mountain Newsf. -- Patricia Calhoun