Skip to comments.Are The Republicans On A Colorado RockyMountain High?
Posted on 03/01/2013 4:14:42 PM PST by RightSideNews
The election of the Colorado Republican State Party Chairman will be held Saturday, March 2, 2013 by the Colorado GOP Central Committee. The two candidates are the Republican Party Chairman of Douglas County in Colorado, Mark Baisley (a businessman) and the incumbent, Chairman Ryan Call (a lawyer). Baisley is a winning County Leader who ousted the Teacher's Union giving School Choice to his County, and was drafted by many minority and conservative groups across Colorado seeking true leadership and vision. Ryan Call has been endorsed by RNC Chairman Reince Priebus and GOP Establishment insiders, but Ryan Call failed to deliver Colorado in the November 2012 election both on the State and Federal level. Colorado now faces the choice between blind loyalty to Party insider, Ryan Call or a chance to break the mold and regain the principled Republican enthusiasm with Grassroots Champion Mark Baisley.
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Your blog is news?
Thank You Monica!
This is indeed NEWS, and very welcome news at that.
As an active Douglas County precinct committeeman, I spent the evening at our Board elections last month and am in constant contact with our District Captain.
Yet, I was unaware of the nature of this battle.
I stand firmly behind Mark Baisley, in his bid for this Colorado GOP post.
You can determine for yourself that Mark is a staunch conservative, by reading his weekly articles in Town Hall.
It is to me. I like Baisley and hope he wins. The GOPe has failed in Colorado.
It should be in News/Activism, unless socialist politics in states are favored here (e.g., political constituent politics from California, NY and states infected by them). [The medical racket full of weirdos: one of many examples of debt-sucking pigs.]
It has been moved to the blog section, where it belongs.
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