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August 28, 2007 08:04 PM UTC

Al White to Run in SD-8

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  • by: Colorado Pols

The Grand Junction Sentinel, Craig Daily Press and Steamboat Pilot all report this morning (nice splash, Al):

Al White, state representative for Northwest Colorado’s 57th district, is thinking about running for the 8th district state senate next year. Several Craig and Moffat County officials said they would support him if he runs.

“White would be a cornerstone just like (State Senator Jack) Taylor,” Moffat County commissioner Saed Tayyara said. “He is up-front, doesn’t hide anything. Bring any issue to him, and he’s always willing to sit with someone until he understands their position. He doesn’t hesitate to stand and speak up about county issues.”

Taylor, who has represented Northwest Colorado for the lpast 15 years, will be prevented from running for re-election due to term limits, coinciding with White’s term limits in the Colorado House of Representatives.

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    1. par for the course, doesn’t it? It’s frustrating the right-wing Rs can’t be a little more reasonable. Near as I can tell, their view is “better a Democrat if the Republican isn’t lock-step with us.” They choose to cut off their collective nose (trunk?) to spite their face.

      Of course, the previous comments are predicated on the assumption the rumored challenger is from the right-wing of the GOP. If not, then in the famous words of Emily Letilla (sp), never mind.

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