The Reagan Club of Colorado donated $8,200 to candidates in 2012. Information about who received money from us can be found at the Colorado Secretary of State’s web site:
I have told Joe Coors that the Reagan Club will help put him (and Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan) over the top. So the next two Thursdays, Oct 25th and Nov. 1st, are ours to help his campaign. Come in during the day to make calls or walk a precinct and drop literature. If the evening works better, come on down and make calls.
The Coors office is at the Colorado Christian University Building, 10190 Bannock Street, Suite 238, in Northglenn (behind Sheplers), 303-526-0811.
Let’s show that Reagan Spirit, see you all on Thursday.
Reagan Club of Colorado
Patty McCoy, Adams County Republicans Chair Has 1000 ROMNEY YARD SIGNS!
NEED YOUR URGENT HELP in FINDING HOMES FOR THEM
You will NOT be limited to 2
For the next week, Bob and I will make sure someone is here at our house
10576 Ura Lane, Northglenn 80234
every day from noon – 3pm and from 6pm – 9pm.
During those times, you may simply stop by to pick up the signs you need.
If you need to come at a different time, please call first:
If you need just one or two signs, and it is closer for you, you can also pick up a sign at the Victory office in the office complex on the SW corner of 104th & York.
THANK YOU in advance for your help.
This is important.
Please pitch in!!
Chair, AdCo GOP
PS — please avoid stopping by during the presidential debate on Wed night
Scott Gessler: Voter-registration drive largest in Colorado history
By Sara Burnett The Denver Post
Colorado is launching the largest voter-registration drive in state history, an effort Secretary of State Scott Gessler said Tuesday should show critics that his office is encouraging people to vote in November, not trying to disenfranchise them.
The initiative, in the works for more than a year, includes a postcard mailing to about 961,000 people who may be eligible but are not registered to vote, as well as print, television, radio and Internet advertising. The office also developed a mobile application so people can register to vote or check their voter status from their mobile devices.
The cost of the ads — Continue reading
DENVER—Two University of Colorado professors have devised a model to predict who will win the presidential election under current economic circumstances. The victor, they say, will be Republican Mitt Romney.
The model uses economic indicators from all 50 states to predict the race’s outcome. The forecast calls for Romney to win 320 electoral votes out of 538. It says Romney will also win virtually every state currently considered a swing state, including Colorado.
The professors who created the model, Ken Bickers from CU-Boulder and Michael Berry from CU-Denver, say it correctly forecast every winner of the electoral since 1980.
They warn the model does not account for sudden changes in the economy or unexpected developments in states split 50-50. Polls in many states, including Colorado, show a virtually deadlocked race. Continue reading
Thank you for all you do to support conservative values in Jefferson County! Even if you can’t attend any of these events, please pass this email along to others who might.