Romanoff also couldn't help using the opportunity for new digs at Bennet, who has received most of the party endorsements and more than $1.3 million in cash from PACs. Romanoff has sworn off all PAC money for his current campaign.Romanoff risks losing the money altogether, since few failed campaigns are able to repay loans. But at least he has a sense of humor about it, saying, "I'm never home anyway."
"I'd like to create a democracy where you don't have to sell your house to win the U.S. Senate, but we're not there yet," he said. "I expect to win and repay the loan. I happen to believe Americans of modest means deserve representation, too."
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*NB: Bennet is the brother of James Bennet, editor of The Atlantic.
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