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Colorado – 5 days left to vote for Darryl Glenn for US Senate! So many good reasons to support this solid conservative. He won’t back down… he won’t let you down!
“He just doesn’t have any fear of anyone,” said Amy Lathen, who serves on the El Paso County Commission with Glenn. “He says, ‘This is who I am. If you don’t like it, that’s fine.’ He’s pretty strong that way.”
– Sarah Palin
Governor Palin shared an article:
via The Denver Post:
“Unapologetic” Darryl Glenn wouldn’t tack left to face Bennet
June 8, 2016
Darryl Glenn wore the serious face of a powerlifter under the bright lights at the Broadmoor World Arena at the Republican state convention in April.
Furrowed brow, eyes trained slightly above the crowd of 4,000, the El Paso County commissioner pressed a full slate of Republican values that earned him the nickname “The Speech.” Glenn declared himself the “unapologetic Christian conservative, pro-life, Second Amendment” candidate who could beat incumbent U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet in November.
While pundits, party insiders and opponents see him as the conservative strongman in the Republican primary, they see his chances against Bennet as weak in a general election, when more-moderate, unaffiliated candidates weigh in and Bennet’s financial advantage looms large.
But don’t expect Glenn to veer toward the middle to score votes, if he wins the nomination … unless God tells him to.
Leadership, not compromise
On the Senate campaign trail, Glenn said he won’t work across the aisle with Democrats, if he’s elected.
“I specifically call that out, because Republicans have abrogated their responsibility to lead, so now Republicans are expected to turn to Democrats for leadership, instead of laying out an agenda that Democrats also could agree with and allow them to reach across the aisle to come up with a solution.”
Glenn appears to be a favorite of the most conservative elements of the party.
This week former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin endorsed Glenn.
Read the full article at The Denver Post