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Dave Young, a state representative from Greeley and one of three Democrats running for state treasurer, notched an endorsement from Colorado’s largest teachers union Thursday.
TREASURER HUNT … There are six Republicans running for state treasurer, and if current trends continue, primary voters could have nearly that many to choose from in June. Two of the candidates — Denver businessman Brian Watson and state Rep. Polly Lawrence of Roxborough Park — have turned in petitions, which are awaiting verification but were both gathered with the assistance of top-notch firms, so chances are decent they’ll both make the ballot.
State Rep. Polly Lawrence, a Douglas County Republican running for Colorado state treasurer, turned in nearly 20,000 petition signatures Monday to secure a spot on the June primary ballot, her campaign said.
Republican Brian Watson, a candidate for Colorado state treasurer, on Monday turned in petition signatures to the secretary of state’s office in hopes of securing a spot on the June primary ballot.
When former Rep. Steve Lebsock of Thornton decided to change his party affiliation Friday afternoon, it may have changed a lot more for him than that. According to several sources, it may have disqualified him for the state treasurer’s race that he so vigorously tried to hold onto during Friday’s expulsion debate.
State Rep. Dave Young, a Greeley Democrat, announced Wednesday that his campaign for state treasurer has won endorsements from former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and three current and former state lawmakers.