Dan Njegomir

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It looks like the other shoe is about to drop for Colorado’s business community in the 2019 legislative session following the Democratic Party’s sweep of state government — and takeover of the legislature — last Nov. 6. The election’s blue tide has given cause for unease in some quarters of commerce and industry over what might come next.

He was a point man, adviser and confidant to Colorado’s U.S. senators in Washington, a consummate Beltway insider for the GOP. That’s certainly how us folks in the news biz viewed Sean Conway many years ago, especially when he was right-hand man to then-U.S. Sen. Wayne Allard. In today’s Q&A, Conway talks about local politics that can get downright personal.

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