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Jon Keyser falls short in effort to make Colorado Senate primary ballot

Keyser paid $140,250 on petition signatures to political consulting firm Clear Creek Strategies through the end of March . The 16,067 signatures he submitted overall allowed him to clear the threshold in the six other districts. In 2012, Republican Eric Weissmann won a challenge to appear on the ballot after state officials ruled 614 of his signatures were invalid. Senate candidate Jon Keyser failed to collect enough signatures to earn a place on the June 28 primary ballot .
The Denver Post
26/04
26 Points
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Jon Keyser falls short in effort to make Colorado Senate primary ballot

Keyser paid $140,250 on petition signatures to political consulting firm Clear Creek Strategies through the end of March . The 16,067 signatures he submitted overall allowed him to clear the threshold in the six other districts. He argued that clerical errors resulted in too many signatures being tossed and a judge agreed. Keyser fell short by 86 signatures in Colorado's 3rd Congressional District, according to Colorado's Secretary of State, which reviewed his petition.
The Denver Post
26/04
11 Points
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Colorado Republican Senate primary is now "anyone's game"

"The next 60 to 90 days is about who puts together a campaign and starts running a professional organization."That the race remains this wide-open has fueled debate in Republican circles about one specific candidate, Jon Keyser, and whether the decorated combat veteran and former state lawmaker is falling short of expectations.It's also raised questions about how well the eventual winner will do against Bennet, who has $7.6 million in his campaign warchest.
The Denver Post
22/04
7 Points
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Darryl Glenn surprises Colorado GOP Senate field at state convention

"Whether they knew about him or his record or think he can win against Bennet, apparently stump speeches work."The field of candidates shattered the Colorado GOP into factions of supporters.The other candidates in the contest were Charlie Ehler, Jerry Eller, Jerry Natividad and Erik Underwood. Senate race, El Paso County Commissioner Darryl Glenn emerged from the state Republican Party convention Saturday as the only candidate to win a slot on the party's primary ballot.State Sen.
The Denver Post
10/04
8 Points
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