Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is Running for President

March 4, 2019

Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper joined an increasingly crowded 2020 Democratic field on Monday.

Hickenlooper served two terms as Colorado's governor; he was unable to run again in 2018 due to term limits. He joins Washington's Jay Inslee as the only state executives among the 12 announced Democratic candidates; 6 of whom are U.S. Senators. Hickenlooper is socially liberal and pro-business, and is among the more centrist candidates in the field.

 

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