GOP Chair Dick Wadhams seeks to quell talk of write-in candidates and candidate race-switching in the lead up to the August 10 primary, as rampant speculation escalates on the heels of plagiarism allegations against gubernatorial frontrunner Scott McInnis:
“I am proud of the open and fair nomination process that began this past March when more than 25,000 Colorado Republicans participated in precinct caucuses leading up to our recent state assembly. The caucus-assembly and petition processes have determined what candidates will appear on the primary election ballot and that is how it should be.
“Hundreds of thousands of Colorado Republicans will vote in the primary election to determine our nominees for every office from county commissioner to U.S. Senator and Governor and that is how it should be.”
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