GOP Presidential Candidates Prepare For Colorado Caucus

DENVER (CBS4)– Colorado Republicans are preparing for the statewide party caucuses Feb. 7.

In a presidential election year, Colorado political parties may choose to hold their precinct caucus on the first Tuesday in February. The caucuses were previously scheduled for March 6. Republicans moved their state caucuses to early February to have a bigger role in this year’s presidential races.

State Republican party leaders said they haven’t been informed of any presidential candidates coming to Colorado but don’t expect to know of any plans until after the primary in South Carolina.

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  • Whiskey…Tango…Foxtrot

    I love the way all the idiot Republican leaders keep saying “the government needs to get out of the way of corporations”; that is until their corporate buddies start floundering because of their own stupid greedy, high risk business practices and then these same idiot Republican leaders start ordering for tax payers to pay for their corporate buddies mistakes. Then just like in 2008 when George W. Bush gave over $900 billion in bailout to AIG, Fannie May & Freddy Mac, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, all of which are responsible for economic disaster we’re now in. Gingrich’s ties to Freddie Mac go back as far as 1999, soon after he left the House, and that he was consulted in the early days of the Bush administration on how to expand home ownership nationwide. Newt Gingrich reportedly earned $1.6 million while under contract to Freddie.

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