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Democrats like John Hickenlooper strain to claim they have 2020 fundraising chops

Former Colorado Gov. Hickenlooper's presidential campaign said it reached $1 million in fundraising in less than 48 hours and received donations from all 50 states

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Democrats running for president line up behind marijuana legalization, with a notable exception: John Hickenlooper

Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper doesn't think the federal government "should come in and tell every state that it should be legal"

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Here’s how John Hickenlooper introduced himself to America in his presidential campaign kickoff

“I am a dreamer and a doer, and we need both to make real progress,” the former Colorado governor says

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Why Colorado’s John Hickenlooper is running for president

The former Colorado governor spoke to The Colorado Sun about his vision for America and how he's different from the rest of the Democratic field

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Governors like John Hickenlooper try to crack the senator scramble to be president

Hickenlooper has been basing his nascent campaign around the argument that he has a record of uniting divided constituencies to get things done in a two-party battleground state

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John Hickenlooper nears decision on presidential bid, campaign has permit for March 7 event

The two-term Colorado governor is seeking a middle path in a Democratic primary dominated by partisan noise

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John Hickenlooper, other governors eyeing the White House may struggle to raise money

Without name recognition, attracting small, online contributions, such as the ones fueling Bernie Sanders' candidacy, could be difficult as could convincing big donors to invest