Colorado Hispanic Republicans is a non-profit, center-right organization dedicated to increasing the Hispanic community’s awareness of public policy issues and helping Hispanics align their votes and their affiliation to their cultural values of Faith, Family and Freedom.
Hugo Chavez-Rey, Chairman
We the Colorado Federation of College Republicans are advocating for the conservative principles of limited government, free market economics, personal responsibility, and individual rights when our college campuses won’t. Collaborating with the local Republican entities and other like-minded groups to build our coalition. Providing the necessary tools for aspiring young conservative leaders to flourish and to confidently fight to preserve liberty on their campuses and beyond.
Evan Underwood, Chair
The Colorado Federation of Republican Women (CFRW) provides an avenue of political involvement for women who share the Republican philosophy. We possess a unique mixture of older and younger members who together, provide a winning combination of experience and innovation.
Marilyn Harris, President
The Colorado Republican Business Coalition’s mission is to promote the interests of small business among policy makers and opinion leaders, to inform and educate on legislation that helps or hurts Colorado businesses, and to encourage citizens in business to participate in the political process.
Susan Kochevar, Chairman
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The Young Republicans (YRs) are the oldest political youth organization in the United States. Important to the growth of the Republican Party, the YRs reach out to registered Republicans, 18 to 40 years of age, and provide them with better political knowledge and understanding of the issues of the day.
Justin Buxman, Chairman
Denver Metro Young Republicans (DMYR)
Denver Metro Young Republicans are an independent Republican club with over 40 years of tradition and service. We serve the seven counties in and around the Denver Metro area. Many of Colorado’s elected officials are DMYR alumni.
Ellie Reynolds, President
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J-GOP is a social and political organization that is more than 20 years old. Meeting at the East Side Kosher Deli in SE Denver for many years with 20 to 40 attendees on a regular basis. We welcome both Conservative and Republican minded Jews and non-Jews of any denomination to attend and become active members of our organization.
Dan Kopelman, President
National Asian Indian Republican Association (NAIRA) is a forum dedicated to championing the cause of Asian Indians within the GOP (Republican Party). NAIRA is a response to the void in the representation of Asian Indians in the Republican Party, and its motto is: “Promoting Economic and Political Opportunity for the Asian Indian Community.”
Nosh Tarachand, Chairman
Log Cabin Republicans is the nation’s original and largest organization of Republicans who support fairness, freedom, and equality for LGBT Americans. Log Cabin Republicans has state and local chapters nationwide, full-time staff in Washington, DC, a federal political action committee, and state political action committees.
George K. Gramer Jr., President
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The mission of the Reagan club is to support and promote candidates who believe in the Constitution, smaller government, lower tax rates, and personal freedom and to make available venues for fundraising events and candidate promotions.
Michael Stoffler, President
The Original Republican Club in Colorado formed in 1918. Luncheon on the 4th Wednesday of Each Month from 11:30am – 1:00pm at The Warwick Denver, 1776 Grant St Denver, CO 80203. $25 for members, $30 for lapsed/non-members, $5 Valet Parking. All proceeds go to Colorado State and Local Candidates. Other Special Events and GOP fundraisers held regularly! Contact: 303-900-8154 or email [email protected] for more information.
Russian Republican Club is a statewide organization dedicated to promoting Republican principles and values among the growing Russian-speaking population in the State of Colorado and beyond. Our goal is to empower the community by providing opportunities for the Russian-speaking to become actively involved in the civic and political processes of their state and country. Moreover, we believe that Russian-speaking republicans can play a vital role in determining the future of our nation by better integrating into the American society.
Together We Are Stronger!
Gene Gnatyuk, Chairman