After awkwardly dodging the question after the State of the Union, Senator Mark Udall will be raising funds for his campaign with Barack Obama.
Udall, who votes 99% of the time with the President's agenda, may find that Coloradans are less friendly with POTUS that he expects; the President's approval rating is a dismal 38%.
President Barack Obama is coming to Denver July 9 to help raise money for U.S. Sen. Mark Udall’s re-election bid.
The president is the invited guest at a luncheon for the 2014 Colorado Victory Fund, a joint fundraising effort between the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and Udall for Colorado. Colorado’s other U.S. senator, Democrat Michael Bennet, is chairman of the DSCC and is on the invite.
Udall faces a challenge from the GOP’s rising star, Congressman Cory Gardner, in a race that could determine control of the Senate.