The Hill: Do you write your own tweets?
Rep. Polis: Is there any other way?

Q: When did you join Twitter?
A: I joined in October 2008, during my first campaign for Congress. It's just a great way of being able to interact with constituents in real time. I also follow a number of interesting people and use it to get news and information as well.

Q: What do you see as the most significant purpose of Twitter for you?
A: I try to keep my tweets interesting, personal and fun. If I have something important to say, I do use Twitter to promote it. I also re-tweet things that I think are worth others seeing. But it's important to have a true voice. People don't want to just see a bunch of press releases.

Q: Example of a "best" Twitter moment?
A: I live-tweeted one of the Republican presidential debates, and it netted me a few hundred new followers. At its best, Twitter allows for a real conversation in real time for events like that.

Q: Example of a "worst" Twitter moment?
A: Every now and then I tweet out something with a spelling error, but it's forgivable because it's Twitter!

Follow Polis on Twitter, @jaredpolis, where he currently has 14,585 followers.

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