A unique approach to Trump has been taken by Arapahoe County Commissioner Nancy Doty, who's running against Democrat Daniel Kagan in a Cherry Hills state-state race that Democrats must win to take control of the chamber.
But lo, Doty tweeted a photo Saturday from her apparent appearance at the Trump rally in Golden, without comment, as if to say, "Look! I'm still voting for Trump, but a secret is a secret."
But in any case, on election night, reporters should reflect on what's worked Trump-wise for Colorado Republicans in tight races.
The Doty approach?
State Sen. Laura Woods' I-Believe-Trump-Will-"Lead-our-Country-to-Greatness-Once-Again" strategy?
Or, most likely, no GOP response to Trump was a good response. He hurt them all, regardless.
We'll never know Trump's exact impact in Colorado's election, but that shouldn't stop reporters from trying to assess it anyway on Tuesday night, using our abundant local material.