The case for Skippy Mesirow |

The case for Skippy Mesirow

The case for Skippy

I have known Skippy Mesirow for years, my first impression was of a young impassioned, bright and charismatic gentleman. Aspen politics is overdue for a fresh perspective. If you have any doubts about him, simply review his cabinet and endorsements full of longtime Aspenites known for their leadership. This is certainly a case where one should be judged by the company they keep.

Chris Striefel


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