Group Chooses Bennet For First 2010 Senate Endorsement
Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet isn’t on the Foreign Relations Committee or the Armed Services Committee. Or the Defense Appropriations Subcommittee.
But he is a Purple-state Democrat who apparently talks tough about wanting to curb the spread of nuclear weapons – and that was enough for The Council for a Livable World to choose Bennet as the first senator the group endorsed for the 2010 cycle.
Founded in 1962 by a nuclear physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project, The Council for a Livable World is a Washington, non profit that – according to its Web site – is “dedicated to reducing the danger of nuclear weapons and increasing national security.”