Tim Neville Announces Endorsements for U.S. Senate Campaign

State Sen. Tim Neville.

State Sen. Tim Neville.

State Sen. Tim Neville (R-Jefferson County) remains the favorite to win the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate, and the list of endorsements he rolled out today does nothing to indicate otherwise. From a press release:

U.S. Congressman Thomas Massie (KY-4)

Sen. Chris Holbert (SD 30)
Sen. Vicki Marble (SD 23)
Sen. Kevin Grantham (SD 2)
Sen. Kent Lambert (SD 9)
Fmr. Sen. Ted Harvey (SD 30)
Fmr. Sen. Dave Schultheis (SD 9)

Rep. Patrick Neville (HD 45)
Rep. Justin Everett (HD 22)
Rep. Tim Leonard (HD 25)
Rep. Steve Humphrey (HD 48)
Rep. Lori Saine (HD 63)
Rep. Kim Ransom (HD 44)
Rep. Janak Joshi (HD 16)
Rep. Kevin Van Winkle (HD 43)

Candidate Dave Williams (HD 15)
Candidate Ray Garcia (HD 1)
Councilwoman Jennifer Green (Castle Rock)
Councilwoman Renee Valentine (Castle Rock)

We don’t know how Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie ultimately benefits Neville, but he continues to cultivate the support of the type of Colorado Republicans whose voices will be of most importance through the Republican caucus and convention process.

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  1. Zappatero says:

    Will he support the Koch Brothers in their attempt to once again kill electric cars?

    Hey, maybe a Democrat will stand up for the clean technology and denounce the Koch strategy and even denounce tax breaks for oil companies!………………nah, never mind.

  2. I don't know how Massie's endorsement helps Neville, but Massie is one of the US House "2nd Amendment" absolutists. That's probably as far as RMGO Neville looked.

  3. doremi says:

    Actually, there is nothing surprising about this list.  All the Colorado legislators are big time RMGO adherents.  All  have been sponsors or cosponsors on bad gun bills….such as permitless concealed carry, Guns in School, Repeal the High Capacity Magazine Ban, etc.

  4. FrankUnderwood says:

    Laura Waters Woods isn't supporting him?  What gives?

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