The day after Colorado’s primary elections, when Pam Anderson’s victory was clear, the candidate called both of her primary opponents to congratulate them on a well-fought race. Neither responded, Anderson says.
“That’s not usual,” Anderson, who has run three previous campaigns, told The Daily Beast. “I think it is symptomatic of this undercutting of some of our institutional norms.”
Anderson is the Republican nominee for secretary of state in Colorado. She faces off against incumbent Sec. Jena Griswold (D) in November. But while Anderson prepares for her upcoming race, some Colorado Republicans are still re-litigating the primary. One of Anderson’s primary opponents, Tina Peters, has baselessly blamed her loss on election fraud.
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