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November 08, 2007 07:49 PM UTC

Comings and Goings in CD-6

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  • by: Colorado Pols


State Sen. Ted Harvey formally announced his candidacy in CD-6 yesterday, and if you had any doubt that he would try to lay claim to being the most conservative of the GOP candidates, his press release should end any of those questions. “Conservative  Republican State Senator Ted Harvey Announces Candidacy for 6th Congressional District” [Pols emphasis] was the title of Harvey’s press release, which included an impressive list of some of the most conservative members of the legislature (including Sen. Dave Schultheis and Rep. Kevin Lundberg).

Harvey will need those endorsements in a race that is shaping up to be a classic Colorado Republican insider battle. Wil Armstrong is widely expected to announce his candidacy at some time in the near future, and when he does, don’t be surprised to see traditional power brokers such as Bruce Benson, Bill Owens and Bob Beauprez standing in his corner (thanks, no doubt, to the influence of his father, former U.S. Sen. Bill Armstrong).

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      1. Coffman had no respect for Owens and things came to a head at the end of each of their administrations.  Coffman fails to respect anyone in the Governor’s office solely because he thinks that as an independently elected official his authority supersedes that of the Governor.

        Besides, just because Owens’ daughter works at Phaseline (Coffman’s organizers) does not mean that her dad will support Coffman.

  1. After all, as his official campaign web page proudly states, he is the SON of a Vietnam era fighter pilot! Therefore, Ted Harvey KNOWS what it’s like to be in the military.

    Relatively speaking.

    Take THAT, Coffman!

    Pathetic…

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