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Colorado GOP Hopes February Caucus Will Help State Play Bigger Role

DENVER (CBS4)– Colorado Republicans moved their caucus to Feb. 7 up from March in hopes of playing a bigger role in choosing their party’s nominee.

CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd said this means Colorado voters will see Republican presidential candidates soon. While more candidates will likely drop out and the pool will shrink to three, maybe four, by the time the caucus comes to Colorado. State GOP Party Chair Ryan Call says Colorado will still be pivotal for couple reasons.

Watch Boyd’s report in the video below.

Colorado GOP Party Chair Ryan Call explained the process on CBS4 Morning News. Watch his complete interview below.

Colorado Democrat Party Chair Rick Palacio talks about the impact on the presidential race the Colorado GOP caucus will have. Watch his entire interview below.

Colorado’s Democratic caucus is scheduled for Super Tuesday, March 6.

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