Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Can Colorado Republicans Shake Off 2020 and Take Advantage of the Democrats’ Midterm Blues?

Floyd Ciruli, Professor and Director of the Crossley Center for Public Opinion Research at the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies, will present a discussion on Thursday, May 26th, concerning the June 28th Colorado primary and the Republican challenge to nominate winning candidates for November. 

Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters
Photo: Hart Van Denburg/CPR News
The Colorado Cooperation Conference in Pueblo, Colorado, May 26th will host Ciruli’s talk titled, “Can Colorado Republicans Shake Off 2020 for the Midterm Advantage?” 

Ciruli will address the key June 28 primary fights in the Republican Party (governor, senate, secretary of state) and how each is framed in a battle between the party’s most passionate believers in former President Donald Trump’s stolen election and those who either don’t ascribe to it or try to avoid talking about it.

U.S. Senate candidate Ron Hanks
Photo: Hugh Carey/The Colorado Sun
Observes Ciruli: “It is ironic that in a year in which many pundits believe Republicans will win the U.S. House of Representatives and very possibly the Senate that Colorado Republicans are mired in a battle over the 2020 election and not the opportunities of 2022.”

For more information on the conference, contact Christian Reece, Executive Director, Club 20, christian@club20.org, 970-242-3264.  

Professor Floyd Ciruli is available at fciruli@aol.com or 303-263-1059.

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