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Ernest LuningErnest LuningApril 14, 20175min226

Colorado Democrats are conducting a mail-ballot vote this month to decide whether to conclude an unfinished election for a statewide vice chair position by awarding posts to the top three finalists. The post of 2nd vice chair has gone unfilled since last month’s party reorganization meeting when none of the candidates won a majority of the vote after multiple rounds of balloting.


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningApril 3, 20178min371

Weston Imer, the young — very young — Republican who gained international attention last year for co-chairing the Jefferson County Trump for President campaign at 12 years old, was back in the spotlight Saturday when he delivered an urgent plea to Colorado Republicans to get busy safeguarding freedoms and reforming government “back to the basics” until his generation is old enough to lead.


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningApril 1, 201719min854

Colorado Republicans elected former El Paso County chairman Jeff Hays as state party chair at the GOP’s biennial reorganization meeting on Saturday in Englewood. “You know how you spell fun? W-I-N!” Hays said as he accepted the nomination in a packed auditorium at Englewood High School, invoking a catch phrase Hays learned from former Air Force Academy football coach Fisher DeBerry. Republicans in the crowd shouted out the letters along with Hays.


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Dan NjegomirDan NjegomirApril 1, 20175min232
It was a spirited race that pitted a seasoned party veteran against an upstart who had cast himself as the anti-establishment candidate. In the end, the seasoned veteran won — by a huge margin — becoming the next GOP state party chair. Former El Paso County Republican Chair Jeff Hays, of Colorado Springs, will lead Colorado’s Republicans for the […]

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Ernest LuningErnest LuningMarch 2, 201719min296

It was all elbows and Spartacus at a spirited forum featuring the candidates for state GOP chairman last Friday at a meeting of the Highlands Ranch Republicans. Former congressional candidate George Athanasopoulos, former El Paso County Republican Party Chairman Jeff Hays and Grand Junction activist Kevin McCarney, who chaired Donald Trump’s presidential campaign in Mesa County, introduced themselves and then took questions for nearly an hour at the GOP group’s monthly breakfast at Salsa Brava restaurant in Highlands Ranch.