Keynote speaker Mike Coffman representing Colorado’s Congressional District 6 makes a point to CFRW.
There were four candidates for governor in the room or their representatives when Rep. Mike Coffman addressed the Colorado Federation of Republican Women (CFRW).
“We’ve only had one Republican Colorado governor elected in 44 years,” said Coffman. He said Rasmussen was the only poll for likely voters. In that vein – ‘the wind is in our face.’ “Usually mid-terms are not good for the president in power,” he continued, “but, the Blue Wave is not as big as anticipated.” Economic growth favors the president and tax reform is important to economic growth. Congressman Coffman shared his thoughts on such topics as North Korea — tear up the agreement and keep economic sanctions. No deal is better than a bad deal; Afghanistan — the powers of engagement were so bad in prior administration; the Department of Veteran Affairs — fire everyone who has failed; immigration — replace laws that are problematic. If you know what to say – you’re in at the border; the Farm Bill — he voted for it this time. “We have one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country.”)
Doug Robinson who is running for governor and his wife Diane.
Amy Mitchell whose husband Victor Mitchell is running for governor with Marsha Haeflein, immediate past president of Douglas County Republican Women/ immediate past secretary of CFRW.
Representing Walker Stapleton for Governor – Field Director Jay McChesney and Kelsey Alexander with Arapahoe County Commissioner Jeff Baker.
CFRW District VI Director Barbara Piper and Colorado Republican Committee Vice Chair Sherrie Gibson
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