Tyler’s operational duties include meeting with activists and organizers, messaging and communications, fundraising, outreach, training, managing the schedules of the Chairman and Vice Chairman, and supporting elected officials, candidates, and volunteers. She also supports county leadership and their needs by working with the Executive Committee, the State Central Committee, and the Republican National Committee’s team.
Prior to joining the CRC staff, Tyler spent 15 years in financial planning and investment banking, and loves fighting to preserve the free market as much as she used to love helping her clients participate in it.
Communications director Owen Loftus was raised in Pueblo, Colorado by his then wayward Democratic parents. At the tender age of five, Owen pinned an elephant on his shirt in support of Republican presidential nominee George H.W. Bush and hasn’t looked back.
Owen is a proud graduate of Pueblo East High School and received degrees in English and political science from CSU-Pueblo.
Owen got his start in politics with the Bob Schaffer for Senate campaign. Since then, he has led communications efforts for Republicans in the Colorado House of Representatives, Congressman Mike Coffman’s 2012 reelection campaign, and Ken Buck’s 2010 race for U.S. Senate.
When he’s not fighting against Colorado’s radical Democrats, Owen can be found testing out Denver’s newest restaurants, fixing up his townhouse, catching some rays at Coors Field, or visiting his family in Pueblo—all of whom are now proudly registered Republican.
Jack was hired by the Colorado Republican Party in June of 2013 after serving as a legislative aide to Colorado State Senator Ellen Roberts, and previously, deputy campaign manager for Dave Kerber, a candidate for Colorado State Senate.
Jack’s grandmother is Cuban, and he learned about the dangers of big government at a young age. A lifelong Republican, Jack received degrees in both history and Spanish from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Jack continues to volunteer his spare time teaching history. When he is not hard at work for the Colorado Republican Party, he can be found snowboarding, fly fishing, or attending sporting events.