All 55 delegates, a couple alternates, a few outside politicians and spectators were present Saturday afternoon as Rio Blanco County Republicans gathered in the Colorado Room of the Weiss Activities Center on the Colorado Northwestern Community College campus in Rangely for the county GOP Assembly, where delegates determine who is on the county ballot and who represents the county at the state Assembly. In photo, Rangely businessman Sam Tolley, right, gives a nomination speech for incumbent commissioner Jon Hill. All four commission candidates will appear on the primary ballot. Back left is chairman Logan Hill, who presided over the Assembly.
Dear Editor: In your paper two weeks ago, a front page article announced that the County Republican Party was hosting two county commissioner candidate forums for the four Republican candidates in the two districts (West […]
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County Democrats focus on Tracy vs. Baumgardner and Bennet; delegates chosen to go to state assembly
RBC I Emily Tracy, the apparent Democratic nominee to run for the Colorado State Senate District 8 seat, which includes Rio Blanco County, against current Sen. Randy Baumgardner, R-Hot Sulphur Springs, headlined the Rio Blanco […]