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December 15, 2008 07:53 PM UTC

Move Over, Mike May

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  • by: Colorado Pols

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As The Denver Post reports:

Just two days after a faltering economy led House Minority Leader Mike May to announce his emminent departure from the legislature, it appears at least two DougCo Republicans are angling for his still-warm seat.

Jeremy Pelzer, formerly of PolitickerCO.com, reports that Dustin Zvonek has House District 44 in his sites and has already garnered endorsements from some big-name GOPers like outgoing Rep. Tom Tancredo and newly minted state Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry.

Zvonek ran U.S. Rep.-elect Mike Coffman’s successful campaign and told Pelzer’s Mile High Politics that Colorado Mortgage Lenders Association President Chris Holbert will likely challenge him for May’s seat.

Zvonek and Holbert’s may not be the last hats in the ring by the time a vacancy committee appoints May’s replacement in January.

 

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10 thoughts on “Move Over, Mike May

  1. by: Colorado Pols

    Mon Dec 15, 2008 at 09:53:40 AM MST

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    You guys have to promote your own diaries now? A sign that bloodless transition isn’t going as smoothly as advertised, perhaps?

  2. I met Mr. Zvonek a few times during the primary and this decision is a “no brainer”…  He’s a great guy, has intelligence, and will represent HD 44 well.  

  3. reports that Dustin Zvonek has House District 44 in his sites

    Good to see that Dustin has it on some webpages.  God almighty, what happened to proofreading?

    1. He’s the guy, who was so confident, that Ted Harvey was going to win the CD-6 nomination that he had formed an exploratory committee to run for his senate seat, lol, then Ted got destroyed and he cried (this is true, believe it or not, lol).  

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