Colorado Senator Cory Gardner (R) spoke with Fox News Radio's Guy Benson about his tight reelection campaign. Senator Gardner unloaded on his Democratic opponent, John Hickenlooper for his multiple ethics violations. The Senator also defended his record as being one of the most bipartisan members of the U.S Senate saying,
"Well, look, I'm the third most bipartisan member of the United States Senate. That's according to the Lugar Institute and it's based in Washington, D.C. I've passed more legislation into law than the entire Colorado congressional delegation combined, including the very bipartisan Great American Outdoors Act, the most significant conservation victory this country has seen in over 50 years. And so I think they're afraid of the fact that I am a bipartisan senator who's actually gotten so much work done. But but exactly right how you describe it. John Hickenlooper is the first governor in the history of Colorado to be convicted of violating our Constitution by the state's independent ethics commission. The first Coloradan in history, to be held in contempt of the ethics commission. They had to serve a subpoena on him, which he was not home to be served on the first day of the trial because he willingly did not show up. Can you imagine if you weren't governor, if he weren't a senator? What would happen to you if you refused a subpoena? A legally binding court issued subpoena? You know, it seems like there's a double standard here. He thinks it's all about him, not the people of Colorado. And then what makes it worse guy. Is he turned around after he was convicted. He charged the people of Colorado one hundred and fifty thousand dollars taxpayer dollars to paper his attorney out of a post 9/11 economic recovery fund."
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