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Many members of Longmont Republican Women were honored to be elected as Delegates to represent their precincts at the CD2 or CD4 Assemblies, held in Broomfield on April 11th, and to represent Boulder County at the Colorado State Assembly, held on April 12th on the CU campus in Boulder.


At the assemblies, the candidates were nominated by their friends, families and/or constituents, and often had groups of supporters with them on the stage.  While most of the delegates had decided prior to the assembly which candidate they would support, sometimes that decision was verified as much by who was standing with the candidates as by the speeches they gave.

In order to have their name on the primary ballot for the GOP, candidates needed to receive at least 30% of the votes cast by the delegates for their particular race.  The results of the elections held at the Assemblies are as follows, and in bold are the people that will be on the primary ballots for the Republican Party in June.

Candidate for United States Representative to Colorado's 2nd Congressional District:

George Leing (74% of the vote)
(Bob Comer and Larry Sarner fell short of the 30% necessary to get on the ballot.)

Candidates for United States Representative to Colorado's 4th Congressional District:

Scott Renfroe (53.8%)
Ken Buck (45.98%)
Steve Laffey (petitioned on)
Barbra Kirkmeyer (petitioned on) 

Candidate for United States Senate

Cory Gardner (73.62%)
(Senate candidates Randy Baumgardner (23.8%) and Tom Janich (2.58%) fell short of the 30% necessary to get on the ballot.)

Candidates for Governor of Colorado

Mike Kopp (33.6%)
Scott Gessler (33.11%)
Bob Beauprez (petitioned on)
Tom Tancredo (petitioned on)
(Governor candidates Greg Brophy (18.9%), Steve House (12.81%), and Roni Bell Sylvester (1.59%) fell short of the 30% necessary to get on the ballot.)


Candidates for Colorado Attorney General

Cynthia Coffman (69%)
Mark Waller (30.47 %)

It was exciting to be surrounded by so many wonderful Republican Patriots from all over the state and to hear from such qualified candidates for all positions.  Naturally, not all candidates were able to be elected to the primary ballot, but there were no losers this weekend.  Some have had their paths changed, and their newly enriched leadership skills will be used in another capacity.  We all will be the richer if we act upon the the concerns and conclusions brought forth by all of the candidates.  Let's Roll!  

Respectfully submitted by Peg Cage.

PegCage@LongmontRepublicanWomen.org


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Ted Cruz to CPAC: Let's abolish the IRS

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Agenda: Grinding Down America

KEYNES VS. HAYEK - FIGHT OF THE CENTURY RAP

IT'S NOT GUN CONTROL, IT'S PEOPLE CONTROL

This is why we need the 2nd amendment - a true story from Athens, TN, 1946



Please take a few minutes to read both of these excellent speeches from LRW meetings - you'll be glad you did!
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DANA ALFORD - AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM  

PAUL DANISH - THE NEW DANISH PLAN 


June 13, 2011

Well, how 'bout that! The National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW) selected our website as the Website of the Week for June 12, 2011, citing our overall tone and content, and in particular Prez Peg Cage's articles in Cage's Corner, the Events Page, the Precint Tools, and our Members-Only Section (Peg Cage gave them quick, temporary access to it.) They gave kudos to us (the prez and the webmaster) and we give kudos to our FABULOUS MEMBERS for their inspiration! Read all about it on the NFRW site here.

-- Peg Cage and Peggy Knight

THE NEW CFRW WEBSITE TOOK NATIONAL AWARD! CONGRATULATIONS, DEBRA ELLIOTT!

March 18, 2012
NFRW Winning Web of the Week -- Colorado Federation of Republican Women

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We post here the next LRW Meeting Announcement.
Rebekah's working on it!


Fri, May 09, 2014
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Special Event - Boulder Couny Movie Nights

On the second Friday of each month, we bring to Longmont a film promoting Freedom and America!
Together, we'll have great food, great films, great friends, and fascinating discussions!

In Partnership with

Americans for Prosperity Foundation-CO

Presents:

– FREE FOOD, FREE POPCORN & CASH BAR AVAILABLE ALL EVENING! –

6:00 - 6:30 p.m. Social Time
6:30 - 6:40 p.m. Introductions
6:40 - 8:00 p.m. FRACKNATION
8:00 - 9:00 p.m. Discussion with Panel

Best Western Plus Plaza Convention Center Theater
1900 Ken Pratt Boulevard
Longmont, CO 80501 MAP

■ Open to the public
■ General admission is FREE
■ Food and Popcorn are FREE - DONATIONS APPRECIATED!
■ Cash BAR!

CLICK HERE to RSVP

 More Details
Event ID: 778     Category: LRW and GOP


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You may be a Republican if:
  • You think you know how best to provide for, protect, and educate your family.
  • You believe in personal property rights.
  • You are fiscally responsible and wish your government were, too.
  • You work hard for your money and believe you best know how to spend it.
  • You want to choose the charities you support.

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Boulder County voters can visit www.BoulderCountyVotes.org to register to vote, check and update their voter registration and view primary ballot content. They can also call 303-413-7740 for more information or visit one of three Boulder County Clerk & Recorder's Office branches: 1750 33rd St. in Boulder; 529 Coffman St. in Longmont; or 722 Main St. in Louisville. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.