Skip to comments.COLORADO ELECTION CENTRAL
Posted on 01/14/2010 1:15:00 PM PST by MestaMachine
COLORADO ELECTION CENTRAL
We need names, positions, platforms, news articles, statements, pictures. We need to separate the RINOS from the Conservatives, and most of all, we need to get the liberals of either party OUT!
We can do this if you help. I have started this thread. All you have to do is contribute a little time and a little research. Help us help this country, and between us, we WILL take our country back!
Let's Do It!!!
Please click and read last link for explanation of this project.
Ryan Frazier out of Aurora is running for the 7th Congressional District:
ping for Colorado
About Ryan Frazier (from his website):
A husband and father of three, a military veteran, a small businessman, an elected representative, and co-founder of a pre-K through 8th grade public charter school these are a few experiences that have so far shaped the life of Ryan Frazier.
Ryan grew up in a working poor neighborhood that often was characterized by good and earnest people having to endure pressing circumstances around struggling schools, rising crime, and no matter the economic conditions, rarely enough good paying jobs. He was raised by a strong mother who worked two jobs, at times, to provide her three boys all that she could. His mother is his hero and she raised Ryan and his brothers to have faith in God, to do whats right, and to go make a life for themselves. So it was when Ryan started out with his wife, Kathy, she was pregnant with their first child and all they had to their name was a Honda Civic, a 13 inch TV, a pillow, a blanket, and their clothes! Thats it. Yet, they also had a dream that somehow, some way, they would make a life for themselves.
Ryan believes that every Coloradoan, every American wants to make a life for themselves and their families and thats why liberty matters so much. He is motivated to work for a Colorado thats prosperous with jobs and business, where everyone has an opportunity to make a life for themselves, and the liberty to live their life as they believe best.
Ryan Frazier was elected to the Aurora City Council in November 2003 and re-elected in 2007. He serves as an At-Large member representing all of Auroras 312,000 citizens in Colorados third largest city. As an elected representative, he has worked as member of a non-partisan council to balance budgets over $750 million, to support the $4.2 billion public/private life-sciences city on the former Fitzsimons Army Medical base, and to shape a community where folks can live, work, and play. He has led on advancing Cop-Link, a now statewide effort to connect law enforcement agencies with critical information, he garnered unanimous support for small business enterprise goals in Aurora while striving to eliminate the business personal property tax, and he fought to have one of Colorados few boundless playgrounds designed for disabled-children, so that every child can have access to a playground.
He is also a business partner in a small Information Technology business, Takara Systems, that delivers web-based solutions to clients of various sizes throughout the world. Previously, he worked in the Telecommunications industry with Avaya and the Aerospace industry with Raytheon. Ryan served 5 years in the U.S. Navy, assigned to the National Security Agency, where he played an instrumental role in helping defend our country. He led a team of intelligence analysts and reporters responsible for a high-priority mission critical to national security. It was during his Naval service that he truly learned what service to ones country meant and it was from this life experience that he embraced the core values of honor, courage, and commitment.
Growing up, Ryan saw and experienced the opportunities afforded those with an education and the lack of opportunities for those without one. This is why he deeply understands the importance of every child having a good education and is a founding board member of Highpoint Academy, a Pre-K through 8th grade public charter school that will educate over 600 students per year. Ryan and Kathy put their children where their mouths are at by enrolling all three of their children into Highpoint. He has also served on Colorados Private Occupational School Board, is currently a board member of Africa Agenda, and he is a national advisory board member with Engineers Without Borders, which helps underdeveloped and developing communities in places throughout Africa, South America, and Asia to engineer quality of life improvements such as clean water.
Ryan Frazier has unyielding faith in the power of freedom & principle. He will advance a freer, more prosperous Colorado with more opportunities for folks to make a life for themselves. He supports free markets and will uphold fiscally prudent, common-sense, and responsible government.
He is a graduate of Columbia College (B.A.) and Regis University (M.S.). Married to Kathy, their diamonds are their children Jalen, Sven, & Elise.
Wouldn’t it be easier to just make a thread asking ALL states to do this instead of doing 50 individual threads? Just seems like common sense to me.
50 threads for fifty states with as much info on individual candidates from those states as possible. Will be indexed on ONE main thread for easy reference. This is going to be linked all over the web. Tea Party affiliates and FaceBook Project, national one stop shop.
One thread for all the candidates AFTER we narrow down who we want to support in every state. This is how we nationalize state elections.
If we put all the stuff from every state on one thread initially, it would get darned confusing pretty quick.
How many congressional House districts with contenders are in one state?
would be a mammoth mess.
Michael Bennet of Colorado
(Barack Obama won Colorado with 54% )
I remember when Colorado was predominantly Republican.
Colorado gave us one of our most admired Critter’s. Tom Tancredo owned my heart & was my brother’s Congressman
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Thanks for the ping, JP. I am woefully uninformed about CO politics. All I know is that we have too many Marxists in office here and that’s very unbecoming of a western state with a great pioneer history. Wide open vistas and narrow minds just don’t go together.
Seems those in Rep. Coffman’s SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT are lucky constituents
Please post any info here on activism about getting the RINO's out of
Perlnutter needs to go.
Here’s a couple of videos of him. He sounds pretty good to me. I’ve voted for him for Aurora City Council. The second link was in 2009 when he was running for Senate. Maybe he realized he bit off more than he could chew, and decided to go for Representative first. I don’t know if there will be or are other contenders for the 7th, but right now he’s got my vote.
I'm not familiar with any of these names, but will check out there links.
Anybody know anything about Ken Buck or Tom Wiens? They are both running for US Senate in the republican primary, as is somebody Norton (?).
Michelle Malkin portrays Norton as a squish, so I’m wondering about the conservative credentials of Ken Buck and Tom Wiens.
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Please join your state group, I did
Please post this on your state board? Can be used against this critter