Colorado GOP Names Executive Director and Finance Director for 2022 Cycle

Greenwood Village, CO. – Colorado GOP Chairwoman Kristi Burton Brown announced today that Joe Jackson has been named Executive Director and that Brielle Mueller will continue as Finance Director for the pivotal 2022 cycle:

“I’m excited to announce that Joe Jackson will be our Executive Director for the 2022 cycle. Joe brings a wealth of operational and communications experience to our State Party, as well as an integral understanding of Colorado politics. He will play a critical role in our strategy to attract more voters to our Republican candidates, hold Jared Polis, Michael Bennet, and all Democrats accountable for the pain they’re causing to Colorado families, and ensure that Coloradans in all 64 counties have leaders willing to fight for their jobs, their kids, and their opportunity to pursue the American dream.

“As Chairwoman, I promised to focus on local elections, build up our county parties, and ensure that our Party has a positive and forward thinking message along with service-oriented leadership. Joe and Brielle are committed to this same strategy, and that’s why I’m glad to announce they will be a part of the team fighting to help Coloradans take back our state.”

COGOP Statement on President Biden’s Executive Actions on Guns

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 8, 2021

Greenwood Village, CO. – COGOP Chairwoman Kristi Burton Brown released the following statement today regarding President Biden taking executive action on guns:

“Today’s decision by the Biden-Harris Administration to bypass Congress and implement a unilateral and divisive power grab is deeply disturbing and wrong. The Colorado Republican Party will always stand up for our constitutional right to keep and bear arms. This decision will only hurt law-abiding Americans.”

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Colorado GOP Chooses New Leadership Team As Party Vows to Retake State

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 27, 2021

Greenwood Village, CO. – Former Colorado GOP Chairman Ken Buck released his final statement as leader of the Colorado Republican Committee following the election of new officers by the State Central Committee:

“I’m excited to congratulate new Colorado GOP Chairman Kristi Burton Brown, Vice Chair Priscilla Rahn, and Secretary Marilyn HarrisI know that the Colorado GOP is in good hands as we move to retake our state in 2022 and provide Colorado with leaders who will step up and fight for our state,” stated Former COGOP Chairman Ken Buck.

“Kristi, Priscilla, and Marilyn are the first all-female team to lead the Colorado GOP and I’m confident that they will be successful at driving our Party to many wins and successes over the next two years.”

(Left to right: Secretary Marilyn Harris, Vice Chair Priscilla Rahn, and Chairman Kristi Burton Brown)
Background:

  • For the first time ever, the Colorado GOP will be led by an all-female team.
  • Chairman Kristi Burton Brown won on the third ballot by 59.36%, Vice Chair Priscilla Rahn won on the third ballot by 53.09%, and Secretary Marilyn Harris won on the first ballot by 59.1%.
  • The new team took office at today’s State Organizational Meeting.