Post-caucus story: battle for delegates looms as Beauprez eyes both-ways path to ballot

(The headline writes itself – promoted by Colorado Pols)


Media figures are trying to figure out if newly recycled gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez will try both ways to get on the GOP primary ballot — through the caucuses and petition process.

On KHOW's Mandy Connell Show this morning, Beauprez said he'll petition on the ballot, but he left open the possibility that he'll go both ways:

Beauprez: "We're going to petition, and then as soon we know what the makeup of the state delegation is, then we'll take a look at that as well."

Translation: Beauprez won’t say whether he’s going both ways until he figures out if he has any hope of going both ways.

And if there's hope for his favored both-ways approach, which he's deployed in other situations, Beauprez will presumably begin a furious lobbying process to convince the delegates, chosen at tonight's caucuses, to support him–instead of one of his opponents.

So we could see a giant and bloody post-caucus battle for delegates among GOP gubernatorial hopefuls.

3 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. JeffcoBlueJeffcoBlue says:

    What a train wreck.

  2. BlueCatBlueCat says:

    He does realize that the nickname Both Ways Bob isn't meant to be compliment? He does realize that anything he does "both ways" now will elicit guffaws?  Does he have anyone on his team with a clue?

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