Election Information and Voting Locations

For copies of the Blue and White books for this election, please visit
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Trump/Pence Yard Signs Available

The LCRP office now has Trump/Pence yard signs available. The office is at 4020 S. College Ave. in Fort Collins and is open 10 am - 2 pm Tuesday - Friday with extended hours on Wednesday until 6 pm.

Discussions with Donna Walter this Oct 17th

You are invited to join Donna Walter, candidate for State House District 52, to discuss the amendments, initiatives, and propositions on this year's ballot. Grab a beer or other drink to have along with a light snack that we will provide from the Wild Boar. This will be an informal time to ask questions, share your concerns, and learn more about these issues while getting to know Donna better. Ballots will be in the mail this week!

When: October 17th, between 5:30 and 6:30 PM
Where: Wild Boar Restaurant, Room next to kitchen, 1510 S. College Ave., Fort Collins

Ballot Issues with the League of Women Voters

The League of Women Voters has provided our community with facts and information on ballot issues for many years. For those of you overwhelmed by the hefty blue book you received in the mail, the League will provide a look at the issues on our ballot this fall during our October Forum. Come, join us and learn about the issues, and ask questions!

When: October 20th, at 7:00 PM
Where: Pulliam Community Building, 545 Cleveland Avenue, Loveland, Downstairs Meeting Room

CSU 2016 Homecoming Parade

Your Larimer County GOP office will have a float in the CSU Homecoming Parade. We would love to have you join us and show support for your GOP candidates. We also need volunteers and would be grateful to those who can participate.

Date: Oct 07, 2016 (Friday)
Time: Parade starts at 4:30 p.m.
Line-up: 1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Ft. Collins, Colorado (see parade staging map)
Parking: (see parade staging map)

To participate or help please call: 970-224-2577 or email Brian Ruddle

The parade will begin at 4:30 p.m. on the corner of Oak and Howes Streets and travel south on Howes Street to the historic Oval and into the heart of campus.

Everyone who shows up MUST sign the waiver that MUST be turned in to the organizers at the sign in booth by 3:00 p.m. the day of the parade.

Download the Parade Staging Map

Morse Ahead in Polling

Find out more about Nic Morse and how to contribute visit
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Twitter @NicMorseForCo
Call Nic at (970) 480-0469

Letter from the Chairman

I have been asked to comment on the recent release of an old recording.

Of course, no one is pleased with the remarks heard on the 2005 tape. Such disrespect for women (or anyone) is unacceptable, whether voiced by a celebrity that would one day decide to run for office or by an anonymous person on the street. Each day I am offended by the increasingly common vulgarity and crassness in our popular culture including television, movies, music, comedy, dance, and more. From the university to the middle school, from the board room to the lunch room, from the television to the dinner table, all seem to be infected by this baseness.  That Mr. Trump and Mr. Bush apparently thought such language and conversation were socially acceptable is not only an indictment on each of them but on our culture at large. We have confused "liberty" with "license," and the resulting licentiousness is exacting a large toll. If lewdness is unacceptable, can we spend at least as much time discussing how to purge it from our communities as we do harping over 11-year-old sound bites?

Many have called for Mr. Trump to withdraw from the race...

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Celebrating Constitution Day

Yesterday was Constitution Day marking 229 years since the representatives of thirteen states did “ordain and establish [the] Constitution of the United States of America.” To me, though not marked with fanfare and fireworks, this day is a sacred day.

In the months of May through September in 1787, a convention of wise and trusted representatives chosen by the people of each state performed a work of staggering import. In an attempt to bring more security and prosperity to the new states loosely united under the Articles of Confederation, these delegates proposed a new government for the federated states. On September 17, 1787, their studies, debates, labors, sacrifices, and prayers resulted in a charter that by unanimous vote appealed to the members of the convention. But not trusting their

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New Meet and Greets Page

We are now hosting a blog page for candidate Meet and Greet socials.  CLICK HERE for details.  To add a Meet & Greet social, submit the CONTACT US form at the bottom of this page.

Upcoming Colorado GOP Events

Event Date/Time Locations
General Election November 8, 2016  

~ Fall Debates ~

Oct. 4: V. Pres.
Loc: Farmville, Va
Mods:Elaine Quijano CBSN

Oct 9 7pm 2nd Pres.
Loc:Wash.U. St Louis, MO
Mods:And. Cooper CNN

Oct 19: 3rd Pres.
Loc:U. of Nevada Las Vegas, NV
Mods:Chris Wallace FOX