• ‘Never Surrender’: Kristi Burton Brown throws hat in Colorado Republican Party chair race

    Jan 14, 2021 Updated 2 hrs ago

    In this file photo, Kristi Burton Brown, vice chair of the Colorado Republican Party, leads a “Stop the Madness” rally on Oct. 10, 2019, outside the Aurora office of U.S. Rep. Jason Crow to urge the Democrat to vote against impeaching President Donald Trump. On Thursday, Jan. 14, 2021, Brown declared she was running for state GOP chair at the party’s March reorganizational meeting.

    (Ernest Luning/Colorado Politics)

    Kristi Burton Brown, the vice chair of the Colorado Republican Party and the constitutional attorney who co-sponsored the first attempt to pass a state personhood amendment, is running for the state GOP’s top job, she announced Thursday.

    “We face a crisis and a crossroads as a party here in Colorado, and I have a plan to get us successfully through,” Brown, 33, said in a statement launching her bid for the open seat.

    She isn’t overstating the party’s difficult situation.

    Following sweeping losses at nearly every level of government in the last two elections, Colorado Republicans hold less power than they have at any time since the 1930s, with only a single statewide elected official — an at-large University of Colorado regent — and near-historic minorities in the General Assembly.

    Brown’s response: “Never Surrender!”

    That’s the slogan of her party chair campaign, and it sums up the approach she outlined in her announcement.

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    Posted by Dana West @ 10:12 am for Adams County Politics, Candidates, Colorado politics, Elections, Issues, NSRF Business |

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