Meet the GOP assembly’s nominee for U.S. Senate, Darryl Glenn

Author: Jennifer Kerns - April 13, 2016 - Updated: May 26, 2016

At the Colorado Republican assembly, Darryl Glenn walked onto stage and gave his nomination speech for U.S. Senator the way he has done everything else in his life — with a bang. With no notes, no teleprompter and no cue cards, Glenn gave a rousing speech that was met with a roaring standing ovation. The speech, combined with his over one year of campaigning leading up to the assembly is what ultimately got him onto the ballot. Glenn knocked eight of his competitors off the ballot completely, including frontrunner state Sen. Tim Neville whose campaign was deemed by many to be all but a sure thing to make the June primary ballot.

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Jennifer Kerns

Jennifer Kerns

Jennifer Kerns is an executive editor at The Colorado Statesman. She is an accomplished conservative political writer and contributor to several national publications including The Blaze, The Washington Times, and The Heritage Foundation's Daily Signal. She also served as the communications director and spokeswoman for the 2013 Colorado recall elections to defend Coloradans' Second Amendment rights.