Bob Beauprez as governor

“Colorado needs strong and decisive leadership at the top, which means it’s time to elect Bob Beauprez as governor.”

This is how the the Colorado Springs Gazette began its endorsement in the race for governor. It’s a statement that confirms what we’ve heard all across this state for months: that Colorado is tired of John Hickenlooper’s failed leadership and endless regulations being pushed on our families and small businesses.

It’s also a challenge — to deliver on the promise of this campaign, finish strong, and roll up our sleeves to get to work on behalf of Colorado.

Help us meet that challenge: contribute $16 today.

From the editorial:

The key issue for us is strong leadership during continued economic and political upheaval. From his handling of the Chuck E. Cheese killer, to the apology for signing gun control bills, to his lack of leadership in opposing legalized pot, the governor has come across as indecisive. Perhaps the most troubling aspect of his service involves the support he gave to Amendment 66 — the careless $1 billion tax increase proposal he now concedes was too large.

Beauprez, who served two terms in Congress, exudes the kind of leadership skills we need. They were on display Wednesday night, in The Gazette’s gubernatorial debate.

Beauprez exudes a genuine and unwavering commitment to the economic health and welfare of Colorado Springs, the Pikes Peak region and southern Colorado. He knows all of Colorado like few other politicians.

It’s time for a change. It’s time to elect Bob Beauprez.

We’re grateful for the Gazette’s endorsement, but the support that matters most is yours.

Will you chip in $16 today to help us fulfill that vision for a stronger Colorado?

Gratefully,  Bob



Integrity in Leadership












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