Congressional candidate Robert Blaha says he’s hired a private eye to check out his own background.
The political neophyte said he thinks he’s “pretty clean,” but he expects the attacks on him won’t be based on facts.
The Colorado Springs businessman is taking on the incumbent, U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn, in the GOP primary in June. Blaha stopped by the state Capitol last Friday while in Denver on business.
“The power of the incumbency is huge,” Blaha said. “You’ve got to get up earlier, you’ve got to work longer and you’ve got to work harder — and we are.”