How's Colorado doing after having re-elected a Democrat governor?

Article author: 
C.S. Boddie
Article publisher: 
American Thinker
Article date: 
11 February 2023
Article category: 
Colorado News
Article Body: 

... Chalkbeat Colorado shared how Colorado students were faring in 2022. It reported that, post-pandemic, 59% of third-graders were not meeting or exceeding literacy expectations for their grade level. Older students were doing worse: only 25 percent of seventh-graders met or exceeded benchmarks in math, and only 33 percent of eighth-graders could do math at grade level, while 60 percent of ninth-graders could not do math at grade level, and literacy scores for older students were lower in most grades. "Only 40% of ninth graders met or exceeded expectations in math, compared with almost 50% in 2019, a drop of 8.8 percentage points."...

Governor Polis appeared as part of a panel and was welcomed back as an alumnus of Congress and the committee.... 

That would be fine, if Polis were not eyeing a presidential run, but because he may be, one suspects that he used taxpayer dollars by using a state employee to prepare his testimony to promote himself in the public eye.

He has done such things before, and worse.  During the gubernatorial campaign, Polis pretended to be giving Coloradoans money in the Colorado Cashback when they were receiving refunds mandated in the State Constitution under the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (TABOR)....

... for our governor; I do not trust him to be truthful with Americans.