Could Colorado become a red state?
Denver7 News | The Denver Channel
BY: Marc Stewart
POSTED: 4:32 PM, Jun 7, 2018
UPDATED: 6:56 PM, Jun 7, 2018
DENVER — When Donald Trump won the White House nearly two years ago, he did so without winning Colorado. But right now in 2018, state Republican leaders are already focused on a reversal in 2020.
“I think people are seeing the Republican party has been responsible in governance and we’ve done the things that really matter to people,” said Colorado Republican party chair Jeff Hays.
For the moment Hays has a lot going in his favor for the future. The markets are strong; unemployment is low.
He feels people are better off thanks to deregulation and focus on veterans care.
“Free markets, freedom, federalism, small government, deregulation, those things have worked well to serve and make the United States the greatest country on the face of the earth,” said Hays.
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