Republican Senate Primary

Who would you vote for in the Republican Senate Primary for 2010? People have all started talking about running and Dan Maes and Walker Stapleton have already announced in their races. So, out of the possibles, who’d you end up voting for?

Ryan Frazier: Young, served in the military, but you have to be able to raise a ton of money to compete.

Ken Buck: DA has looked at a lot of races and we know he likes Mexicans and their food. Is that a plus or minus in a republican primary?

Bob Beapurez:
I think he’s done getting elected, but he has name ID and that is a plus.

Cleve Tidwell: Not only has no ID, but always has a frown on. I’m saying nope to his chance.

Who would you vote for in the Senate Primary?

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9 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. One Queer Dude says:

       If he runs half the race he ran in ’06, I’ll be quite satisfied!

  2. RedGreen says:

    likes Mexican — what you wrote so garbled the joke as to be offensive.

    And what’s with your conclusion Frazier isn’t that great of a compaigner? You’re basing that on what?

  3. MileHighDaredevil says:

    Aurora City Councilman Frazier poised to take on Bennet for Senate

    Republican Aurora City Councilman Ryan Frazier said Wednesday he is “seriously considering” running for U.S. Senate in 2010, though he acknowledged his toughest fight may come from the more conservative wing of his own party.

    Frazier stopped short of saying he will definitely run. But the 31-year-old Navy veteran has been making the rounds, meeting with potential supporters and attending county party gatherings. At a dinner in Douglas County – one of the state’s most conservative areas – Frazier got about 60 percent of the vote in a straw poll, besting more conservative Republicans such as radio host and attorney Dan Caplis, former Congressman Bob Beauprez and Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck.

    Frazier admitted that some of his supporters have reserved a campaign Web site. And he’s already envisioning his three young children getting along well with those of his potential Democratic rival, Sen. Michael Bennet.

    “Should Michael and I go head to head, maybe we can let our kids play together,” Frazier said. “They’re the same age.”….

    • redstateblues says:

      As much as all the other candidates would like to think otherwise.

      I think a lot of the answers to the questions that we’ve been asking about the future of the GOP here will be decided in this primary race. It should be incredibly interesting to say the least.

      If there was ever a time for moderate Rs to make a move, it’s right now. I know that Craig and R36 disagree with me (and they are, you know, actually Republicans) but I think that the swing could happen next year. That’s only if the GOP gets wise, which it seems like at least a few Douglas County Republicans are doing.

      But if he loses, it’ll still be fun to say “Down goes Fray-zuh!”

  4. John Galt says:

    Strong name ID isnt always a good thing, especially when that ID is upside down in the positive/negatives.  

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