POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT

Where the Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate stand on key Colorado issues ahead of primary

Rivals John Hickenlooper and Andrew Romanoff are offering distinct choices for voters ahead of the June 30 election

 

Q: IMPEACHMENT


 

Q:

Do you think the Senate should have voted to remove President Donald Trump from office?

Background: The U.S. Senate voted down two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump in January, a decision that split Colorado’s two senators along party lines.

 

Yes, but he hesitated

A: Hickenlooper now says he supported the article of impeachment against Trump. But back in October 2019, he hesitated when asked whether Trump committed impeachable offenses.

 

 

 

Vote to remove Trump from office

A: Romanoff believes the Senate should have voted to remove Trump from office because he violated the constitution and committed impeachable offenses, such as inviting a foreign government to investigate a political rival and obstructing Congress.

 

 

The Candidates


Click a candidate to see where they stand.


 

John Hickenlooper

John Hickenlooper

Former Colorado governor and Denver mayor   

Andrew Romanoff

Andrew Romanoff

Former state House speaker and director Mental Health Colorado