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October 03, 2007 10:26 PM UTC

Colorado GOP In Deeper Financial Trouble?

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  • by: Colorado Pols


That’s what the Republican blog To The Right says in a post titled “We’re Poor, Bitch”:

After operating more than $500,000 in the red for nearly the last year, the Colorado Republican Party tried last week to move toward the black with a fundraiser hosted by Bruce “Battery” Benson. Unfortunately for the party, even though the fundraiser was apparently successful, a previously unknown debt of more than $100,000 was discovered tucked away in a corner of the office. Worse yet, former Colorado GOP Executive Director Hans Gullickson’s filing system evidently consisted of stuffing papers wherever he could, so the additional $100,000 could be just the beginning.

h/t to Square State

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7 thoughts on “Colorado GOP In Deeper Financial Trouble?

    1. But I do find this part amusing:

      The [Colorado Republican] party doesn’t have much to work with or look forward to. No grassroots network or staff to build the party. No chance of winning back the Legislature next year. No candidates to contest races in the 2nd, 3rd and 7th congressional districts. A primary in the 5th Congressional District. No exciting candidate for U.S. Senate, and no winning staff to help him. No presidential caucus or primary. No message. No agenda.

      You’d think they were channeling SquareState.

  1. What I find strange is that this came up on a conservative blog. The rest of the post reads:

    So, what is a party that has hovered at a half-million dollars in debt, without signs of erasing it anytime soon, to do? Well, with new Colorado GOP Chairman/Executive Director Dick Wadhams firing but not replacing the field staff and keeping – of all the idiots to work for state party – Cameron “Peekaboo” Lynch, the party doesn’t have much to work with or look forward to. No grassroots network or staff to build the party. No chance of winning back the Legislature next year. No candidates to contest races in the 2nd, 3rd and 7th congressional districts. A primary in the 5th Congressional District. No exciting candidate for U.S. Senate, and no winning staff to help him. No presidential caucus or primary. No message. No agenda. No stop to the liberals laughing it up. One could be forgiven for thinking the party might as well close up shop and hope someone picks up the pieces, because nobody’s going to send this party checks if it doesn’t get its act together soon.

    After hammering the state party, the chief benefactor Bruce Benson, and all the republican candidates (of course all RINOs) this group of “conservatives” don’t have any firepower left to fight democrats.

    With conservative blogs like ToTheRight who needs liberal blogs?

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