Thursday, January 12, 2006

Denver is first to accept invitation

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Denver has accepted an invitation to bid for the 2008 convention. They are the first city to publically announce they will be be bidding for the convention:

Mayor John Hickenlooper today sent a letter to DNC Chair Howard Dean formally indicating that Denver is interested in bidding for the 2008 Democratic National Convention.
From Hickenlooper's letter to the DNC:
As the frontier city for the 21st Century - politically, technologically, and industrially - Denver is proud to accept your invitation to proceed with the bidding process for the 2008 Democratic National Convention.
We look forward to bringing the Democratic Party - and the world - to Denver in 2008.
Read more of the letter over at DemNotes. The deadline to accept inivtations to bid for the convention is tomorrow, but no other city has yet publically announced making a bid. Denver clearly has the most momentum behind it at this point.


Anonymous said...

If Senator Ken Salazar fails to support the Alito filibuster, Denver should be eliminated from consideration.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Where did you find it? Interesting read »