Perhaps because there was so little doubt that he would win, John Hickenlooper was remarkably candid in his assessment of the state’s financial health during the 2010 campaign. At campaign stops throughout Colorado, voters told the candidate that they believed programs they supported were underfunded and needed more resources. Candidate Hickenlooper told them all that after two years of budget cutting, most everything in state government could use more resources, but that things were going to get worse before they got better.
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