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September 13, 2007 06:11 PM UTC

Coffman Spokesman Resigns

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  • by: Colorado Pols


From the Rocky Mountain News:

The spokesman for Secretary of State Mike Coffman announced his resignation today.

Jonathan Tee is going to work for the Alliance for Choice in Education, a group that provides financial assistance to low-income parents who want to send their child to a school of their choice…

…Tee last year was the communications director for Republican Rick O’Donnell’s 7th Congressional District campaign.

He went to work for Coffman in January, when Coffman took office.

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  1. Best to get out now before the crap really starts to hit the fan! Can you really blame this guy for leaving with ballot certification right around the corner? Now if only others in Coffmans office would do the same to really send Coffman a message.

    1. Ballot certification is really an issue this year since there arte no statewide questions in 2007.

      The real problem is that the State is going to again attempt to institute a statewide voter registration system over the next 3 months and the program they are using is still have having problems. This will be the 3rd attempt at this with 3 different vendors.

      I wouldn’t want to be the one talking to the press or the public on this one either.

  2. Congratulations to the first good decision to come out of the Department of State since Mike Coffman took office.  Tee is smart to get out while he still has positive name recognition.

    The buzz coming from the Department of State is that Tee is the first of several prominent departures to come.  Coffman’s control freak nature and distrust of those around him is beginning to drive key personnel away.  Things were quiet after the abrupt departure by Brian Anderson (apparently the first demonstration of Coffman’s irrational decisions)and the unrest began when Dan Kopelman was reassigned to another division within the Department of State (apparently he is still working directly with the Statewide Voter Registration database).  Kudos to Tee for jumping ship while the jumping is good…that office lost a gold mine of talent.

    As a side note…without a statewide question, the Department of State has little responsibility associated with ballot certification.  The conspiracy theories can stop at that.

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