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In year of Trump, state GOP leaders seek to reassure El Paso assembly attendees

Author: Ramsey Scott - March 28, 2016 - Updated: March 31, 2016

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State Republican elected officials and party leaders sought to tamp down concerns and consolidate support among vital EL Paso County Republican activist voters who attended the party’s county assembly on Saturday. In a series of speeches, they conceded that it has been a wild ride on the right this year and that many Republican voters in the bedrock conservative county may not be able to vote for their favorite candidates in top races but that any Republican candidate, including Donald Trump, is the best choice against any Democratic candidate.

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Ramsey Scott

Ramsey Scott

Ramsey Scott is a Legislative Reporter and Producer for The Colorado Statesman.