Election 2008

A Republican Offers Advice To Denver Delegates

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Republican John Andrews, a former Colorado Senate president and chairman of Backbone America, a national conservative alliance, offers a selection of hot spots that Democrats should visit during their convention in Denver.

Andrews, also a columnist for The Denver Post, talks with Scott Simon.

Correction Aug. 25, 2008

In this interview we said, "You can actually drive to the top of Longs Peak, immediately west of Denver." In fact, it is not possible to drive to the top of Longs Peak.



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