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Here’s who’s considering running for chair of Colorado’s Republican Party

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The race to replace U.S. Rep. Ken Buck as chair of the Col­orado Repub­li­can Par­ty has begun.

Sort of.

At least two high-pro­file Col­orado Repub­li­cans say they’re con­sid­er­ing a run to replace Buck, though months still remain in his some­what tumul­tuous term. A par­ty spokesman con­firmed to The Den­ver Post that Buck won’t seek reelec­tion to the chair­man­ship.

“All of us have to con­sid­er what is best for us, to strength­en the par­ty,” said GOP Vice Chair Kristi Bur­ton Brown, who con­firmed she is con­sid­er­ing a run for the organization’s spot.

“I’m not announc­ing any­thing right now pub­licly. It would be pre­ma­ture for any­one to get out there and cam­paign for a posi­tion when the focus should be build­ing the par­ty,” she added.

For­mer Sec­re­tary of State Scott Gessler said he is also con­sid­er­ing a run but fell short of defin­i­tive­ly drop­ping his name in the hat.

“Let me put it this way,” Gessler told The Post. “I can tell you that I’m giv­ing it a lot of thought.”

Sev­er­al oth­ers are also con­sid­er­ing a run, Gessler ven­tured, but they could not be reached for com­ment.

Coun­ty Repub­li­can par­ties will elect their respec­tive lead­er­ship teams around Feb­ru­ary and March, includ­ing elect­ing del­e­gates to the state party’s cen­tral com­mit­tee, Gessler said. Then the statewide lead­er­ship elec­tion will be held in late March or ear­ly April.

Bur­ton Brown said it has been clear that Buck would not run for a sec­ond term since he was elect­ed in March 2019. That elec­tion itself raised eye­brows as some ques­tioned whether Buck could effec­tive­ly bal­ance his con­gres­sion­al duties with those of the state par­ty.

And while inter­nal par­ty con­tro­ver­sies in El Paso and Weld coun­ties pep­pered the last year of Buck’s term, Bur­ton Brown said they were a rel­a­tive­ly small part of an oth­er­wise suc­cess­ful two years.

Still, the El Paso Coun­ty ordeal result­ed in a com­plaint — still under inves­ti­ga­tion — filed by a Demo­c­ra­t­ic group with the state’s attor­ney reg­u­la­tion board. And offi­cials passed a Weld Coun­ty com­plaint involv­ing one of Buck’s con­gres­sion­al aides to the Col­orado Attor­ney General’s Office for fur­ther review. Nei­ther com­plaint has result­ed in any action or rul­ing against Buck.

The statewide reor­ga­ni­za­tion led to a suc­cess­ful get-out-the-vote effort for the Novem­ber elec­tion, Bur­ton Brown said. And while Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump and Repub­li­can Sen. Cory Gard­ner lost their bids in Col­orado, Repub­li­cans held their own in a few key races where many expect­ed Democ­rats to make more inroads.

Look­ing for­ward, Bur­ton Brown said, the next state chair must hold Repub­li­can enthu­si­asm at the bal­lot box­es and attract unaf­fil­i­at­ed vot­ers who side with con­ser­v­a­tive poli­cies. One area of focus, she said, should be His­pan­ic vot­ers.

Kaye Fer­ry, a mem­ber of the state party’s exec­u­tive com­mit­tee, said she’s ready for some fresh blood at the helm. Too often state lead­ers ignore those on the West­ern Slope, which ulti­mate­ly hurts downtick­et can­di­dates and con­ser­v­a­tive pol­i­cy pro­pos­als, she said.

“I can’t tell you what the answer is to the prob­lem,” said Fer­ry, who also serves as chair of the Eagle Coun­ty Repub­li­can Par­ty. “I just know (the state par­ty) doesn’t run the way it should.”

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