DaVita CEO Thiry on gerrymandering: ‘Democracy needs some serious oil’
Author: Joey Bunch - April 1, 2018 - Updated: April 2, 2018
GRAND JUNCTION — Denver health-care executive Kent Thiry says he doesn't want to crash Colorado's two-party system, but he wants to preserve the state's engine of democracy with some lubrication and fine-tuning.
Joey Bunch is the senior political correspondent for Colorado Politics. He has a 31-year career in journalism, including the last 15 in Colorado. He was part of the Denver Post team that won the Pulitzer Prize in 2013 and is a two-time Pulitzer finalist. His resume includes covering high school sports, the environment, the casino industry and civil rights in the South, as well as a short stint at CNN.