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Ryan Frazier endorsed by Hank Brown, Bob Martinez, Phil Anschutz

Ryan Frazier announced that his candidacy for Congress has been endorsed by “nearly one hundred influential Coloradans. Release and link to a list of backers:

 

Aurora, CO - November 19th - In just one month since he announced his candidacy for the U.S. Congress, Ryan Frazier has compiled an impressive list of support of nearly one hundred influential Coloradans who have endorsed the atypical Republican candidate.  In a time when support is critical to the success of campaigns, pledged commitment and support from these individuals will be invaluable to Frazier’s campaign in the days and weeks to come.  Among the notables are Philip Anschutz, philanthropist and businessman, former U.S. Senator Hank Brown, and Bob Martinez, former chairman of the Colorado Republican Party.
  
Martinez stated, “I am very excited that Ryan Frazier will be challenging Ed Perlmutter in the 7th Congressional District of Colorado.  Over the past six years, Ryan has proven himself a stellar leader as a twice-elected Councilman for the City of Aurora.  I think the voters of the 7th District are fortunate to now have the choice to elect a Representative who truly offers the best solutions to the critical issues that we are facing today.”

Ryan Frazier, a rising star in the party, is known for his popularity among the GOP grassroots.  He adds the endorsements to nearly one-thousand grassroots supporters he has amassed on the campaign trail with a common goal to bring a New Way Forward to Washington.

State Representative Kevin Priola (R-Henderson) added, “I am excited that Ryan Frazier has chosen to run in the 7th Congressional District. He is a rising star in our party, who is grounded by conservative principles.  While serving on theAurora City Council Ryan has shown leadership by standing up for freedom.  Ryan is uniquely poised to win this district because he has a strong following among independent voters as well as the Republican base.”

The endorsement list can be viewed at www.frazierforcolorado.com

About Ryan Frazier

Ryan has been elected twice to the Aurora City Council; he is one of four At-Large members on the Council, having been elected to represent all of the city’s 312,000 residents.  He is a business partner of Takara Systems, a small Information Technology business.  Ryan is also a military veteran who served five years in the U.S. Navy where he was assigned to the National Security Agency and played an instrumental role in helping defend our country.  Ryan grew up in a working poor neighborhood characterized by struggling schools, rising crime, and rarely enough good paying jobs.  His experiences as a child led him to co-found Highpoint Academy, a pre-K through 8th grade public charter schoolwhere minorities comprise two-thirds of the student population.  He praises his mother who worked two jobs to provide for her three boys and instilled in them lasting values of hard work and integrity.  Ryan, his wife Kathy, and their three children make their home in Aurora, Colorado. For more information, please visit http://www.frazierforcolorado.com or follow Ryan at www.facebook.com/FrazierForColorado and www.twitter.com/ryanfrazier2010.

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Ryan Frazier for Colorado

Posted by Donald E. L. Johnson on 11/19/2009 at 07:18 PM

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