Ritter Slams Race To The Top Judges, Suggests Colorado May Not Compete For Second Round

06/05/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • SAM DILLON New York Times

Colorado, which had hoped to win $377 million, ended in 14th place. Now Mr. Ritter says the scoring by anonymous judges seemed inscrutable, some Coloradans view the contest as federal intrusion and the governor has not decided whether to reapply for the second round.

"It was like the Olympic Games, and we were an American skater with a Soviet judge from the 1980s," Mr. Ritter said.

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