It’s a little too early in this election year to declare democracy the big winner in 2008, but early returns are certainly encouraging.
The stunning turnout by Democrats at Jeffco’s party caucuses Feb. 5 — 10 times the turnout during the last presidential campaign in 2004 — is an indication that long-apathetic voters are beginning to dip their toes in the puddles of populism that have somehow survived the last eight years.
And in many precincts, the puddles overflowed.
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