On Jan. 9, a 52-year-old former police officer and ski patrolman named Gail "Buddy" Moore walked into Colorado Democratic Headquarters in Denver and said he wanted to run for the United States Senate.
"Nobody knew who he was," said state Democratic party political director Billy Compton. "We had to look him up."
Unfortunately for Moore, state law and Colorado Democratic Party rules require political candidates to be registered with the party for at least a year before the November general election: Moore only signed up to be a Democrat last December...
Moore’s campaign site is buddymooreforsenate.com.
Thursday, February 7, 2008
Not Everyone Can Run Against Mark Udall
It turns out that Buddy Moore wanted to run against Mark Udall as a peace candidate, but he hadn't been a Democrat long enough. Politicker reports: