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Even on Democratic turf, GOP's Romney has cachet

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Denver – We are holding this week's Monitor breakfasts and lunches at the historic Brown Palace Hotel in the heart of Denver's thriving downtown.

Rest assured the Monitor team is not sleeping at the Brown Palace. I was quoted a price of $600 a night. Putting that on a Monitor expense account would have brought my career with the paper to a quick end.

The gracious Denver landmark, the first atrium-style hotel built in the US, is filled with Democratic notables during the Democratic National Convention. As I was waiting for the elevator Tuesday morning, former Secretary of State Madeline Albright passed by and Washington super-lawyer and power broker Vernon Jordan stood in animated conversation with a friend.


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