This is the place to check for various events by the Teller County Republicans and other conservative and constitutional events in the Teller County region.
10 Mar 2012 – County Assembly(Summit Elementary in Divide, 9 am)
At the assembly:
1. The delegates will vote on the candidates for County Commissioner for Districts 1 and 3. Any Candidate who does not get at least 30% of the vote will not appear on the ballot. There are no other county elections in 2012.
2. The Delegates for State and multi-county Assemblies will be confirmed. If you were elected to be a delegate to an assembly and do not attend the County Assembly, you may be replaced.
3. The county Assembly will allow any Presidential Candidates (or their representatives) in attendance to say a few words.
4. A consolidated list of Resolutions brought forward from the precinct caucuses will be presented to the County Assembly. Before the delegates vote, each resolution will be presented and briefly discussed. Resolutions that are approved will be forwarded to the State Assembly.
13 Apr 2012 – District Assemblies – The delegates and alternates for the 5th CD, 2nd Senate, 39th House Districts and 4th JD will meet atRichie Center, University of Denver. Note: Most District Assemblies will be held in conjunction with the State Assembly in Denver on 14 April; however, some may meet between 1 and 13 April. More information will be forthcoming after the 14 December reapportionment maps are released and the 14 January State Winter meeting.
14 Apr 2012 – State Assembly – (Richie Center, University of Denver)
The State Assembly should be shorter this year because there are no Governor / Senator / State office races. There will be campaign speeches by the Republican Presidential candidates or their representatives and a short discussion of the state resolutions list. After approval of the resolutions, they will be forwarded to the National Republican party.
Then, there will be a long litany of short speeches by people who want to represent Colorado at the Republican National Convention in Tampa Florida the week of 27 August 2012. The Assembly will vote on the 36 delegates to the National Convention (compared to California with 172 delegates or Texas with 149, Colorado is not likely to carry much weight at the convention). Currently, the delegates from Colorado are not bound to vote for the Presidential candidate selected in the 7 Feb straw-poll. However, a move has been discussed to make the caucus Presidential straw-poll results binding on the Colorado Delegates.
26 June – State Primary- The Primary in Colorado affects only the State and Local candidates. The presidential candidates are selected based on the caucus straw-poll. However, Republican candidates for County Commissioner, and for the 5th CD and 39th House District will be determined.
Aug 2012, week of August 27th – Republican National Convention – Tampa Florida – The Republican Presidential Nominees for President and Vice President will be selected.
6 Nov 2012 General Election – The County Commissioners, 5th CD, 39th House District and Presidential elections will be decided.