DENVER (AP) -- President Barack Obama's re-election campaign has picked one of the state's leading environmentalists to be its state director.
According to the Denver Post, the campaign tapped Carrie Doyle, who has represented a number of environmental groups, including the Western Conservation Foundation.
Doyle will start her new job on March 5, overseeing the strategy for the campaign's political and communications operations.
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