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POLS UPDATE: Coverage of Frazier’s announcement in The Hill and the Denver Post. We applaud Frazier for actually having the stones to do formal candidate stuff like a real candidate, unlike lots of people we know, but the answer to Frazier’s question is going to be numerical–as in dollars, according to the Constitution 31 is technically old enough to be a Senator. Original post follows.
Ryan Frazier today announced a run for the U.S. Senate in Grand Junction at a Tea Party Protest. Frazier, a veteran, a small businessman, an elected offical and co-founder of a charter school has many qualifications in from only 30 years. Ryan Frazier is one of the best hopes for the GOP in Colorado next election cycle. The Colorado GOP is running short on good candidates, but Ryan Frazier is not short of a bright future. This accomplished man is already the top man in the GOP Senate Primary.
Ryan believes that every Coloradoan, every American wants to make a life for themselves and their families and that’s why liberty matters so much. He is motivated to work for a Colorado that’s prosperous with jobs and business, where everyone has an opportunity to make a life for themselves, and the liberty to live their life as they believe best.
To learn more go to http://www.frazierforcolorado.com
Other candidates that may run against Frazier could include former Congressman Bob Beauprez, DA Ken Buck and Talk Radio Host Dan Caplis. Ryan Frazier has taken the lead of these other possible candidates in a series of straw polls.