Colorado GOP hopes caucus will re-energize party
A sign welcomes Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney for a campaign rally at RV America in Loveland, Colorado, Tuesday.
February 7th, 2012
01:37 PM ET
2 years ago

Colorado GOP hopes caucus will re-energize party

Denver (CNN) - Ahead of the Tuesday night Republican caucus in the state, Colorado GOP leaders said they hope the event will not only pick a candidate but also help reunite and re-energize their base after a rough 2010 midterm election.

In that race the GOP was able to flip several House seats but they lost a Senate race and a chaotic governors race in a year that heavily favored Republicans.
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Colorado GOP hopes to move up non-binding caucus
September 22nd, 2011
10:33 PM ET
3 years ago

Colorado GOP hopes to move up non-binding caucus

Denver (CNN) - Colorado Republican leaders will vote Saturday on a measure that would move the state's non-binding presidential caucus to early February, immediately after the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucus.

Colorado has a primary in June for statewide candidates. Delegates to the national conventions are chosen by the parties in a process similar to a statewide convention.
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