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February 12, 2015 09:01 AM UTC

Ken Buck undecided in GOP state chair race

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  • by: Jason Salzman

(Promoted by Colorado Pols)

Ryan Call, Steve House.
Ryan Call, Steve House.

Colorado's newbie congressional Representative, Ken Buck, can't decide who's the better man to lead Colorado's Republican Party: current Colorado GOP Chair, Ryan Call, or challenger Steve House, a businessman and former gubernatorial candidate.

Speaking on KLZ's morning show yesterday, Buck said (at 8 minutes below):

Corporon: The party organizational meetings have been going on here in Colorado. And there seems to be a movement afoot to challenge the leadership of Ryan Call at the head of the Republican Party. In your own county, 13 of the 13 elected officials to the county, and the bonus members, have all come out in support of Steve House…Have you had any time to think about this race?

Buck: Sure, I've had time to think about it. Cory Gardner is the highest-ranking elected official in Colorado. He is supporting Ryan Call. Ryan, while not very successful two years ago, was successful this last election in getting things done and has agreed to step down after two years. On the other hand, Steve House is a good friend of mine. I respect the way he ran in the governor's race. And I thought he did a good job and brings a lot to the job. At this point, I have talked to both of them and not made a decision on what I am going to do. [BigMedia emphasis]

Corporon: I want to encourage you to watch very carefully…the wave that's going on in these organizational meetings. In Arapahoe, 15 or 23 people came out in favor of House. In Denver, 10 of 13. …Adams County Republicans, 10 of 13 supporting Steve House. There are people who really feel that the Republican Party under-performed here in Colorado compared to the wave…

The GOP will select a state chair March 14.

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4 thoughts on “Ken Buck undecided in GOP state chair race

  1. Interesting! I know the readers of Colorado Pols all care so much what Ken Buck thinks.

    How many of you are undecided about the Palacio vs. Sabados race? Or is that still a nondiscussion item here?

    1. We've had a diary or two on here about the Dem party chair race, as well as a few on the GOP race. Interestingly, Colorado Peak Politics has had zero, zip, nada, on either race. A non-discussion item there, perhaps?

      Redstate also yields exactly no discussion of either party's chairmanship race. Same with Complete Colorado.

      The Pueblo GOP Facebook page had quite a bit of public discussion on it, before they decided to become a closed group.

      Hmmmm. Looks like your favorite left-leaning blog is the only public blog to cover party chair races….that must be why you hang out with us, Moderatus.

       

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