The Business Word, Inc. thebusinessword (atty) bwikeys.jpg
Follow RealDonJohnson on Twitter

Links to Colorado Politicians

John Hickenlooper
US Senate
Michael Bennet
Cory Gardner
US House
Diana DeGette (CD 1)
Jared Polis (CD 2)
Scot Tipton (CD 3)
Ken Buck (CD 4)
Doug Lamborn (CD 5)
Mike Coffman (CD 6)
Ed Perlmutter (CD 7)
Attorney General
Cynthia Coffman
Secretary of State
Wayne W. Williams
Walker Stapleton
Colorado Supreme Court
Colorado Senate
Senate GOP
Senate Democrats
Colorado House
House GOP
House Democrats

Articles by Donald E. L. Johnson

About Us
  RSS 1.0
RSS 2.0
[Valid RSS] [Valid Atom]

3 more papers endorse Cory Gardner

Three more papers have endorsed Cory Gardner for Congress in the 4th Congressional district of Colorado. The Denver Post endorsed Gardner a few days ago. News release follows the jump.


Greeley Tribune, Longmont Times-Call and Loveland Reporter-Herald all endorse Gardner for 4th CD race

The Greeley TribuneLongmont Times-Call and Loveland Reporter-Herald piled on the praise for challenger Cory Gardner, saying he is the candidate that would do the best job representing Colorado's 4th Congressional District. 

The Tribune endorsement notes that Gardner’s strong agriculture roots make him the most suited to represent the political views of farmers and ranchers.  They also lauded him for taking a strong position for the Northern Integrated Supply Project, a water storage project supported by most agriculture groups in Northern Colorado.
Democrat Congresswoman Betsy Markey has failed for three years to even take a position on NISP.
The Times-Call and Reporter-Herald wrote about the dynamics of the 4th CD, saying that the people traditionally have an independent to conservative approach to national issues.  “This would tend to support the candidacy of Gardner, who is more likely to resist vast federal spending that Markey has been involved in….” the papers wrote in the endorsement.  “This is a region where people still believe that hard work, determination and ingenuity will pay dividends for themselves and their communities in the future.”

Posted by Donald E. L. Johnson on 10/10/2010 at 08:16 PM


comments powered by Disqus

<< Back to main