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Colorado Congressional Candidates Representing Weld County are listed below. Please go to the candidates' websites to learn more about them, their positions and their experience. Click on the "Check the Map" link to see if you live in a candidate's district.
 congressional candidates
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Congressional District 2
marshall dawson
Government doesn’t have to be dysfunctional. Congress doesn’t have to be ineffectual. America doesn’t need to decline into a second-rate country bogged down by bureaucracy, crime and violence, and endless spending. It’s time to regain our peace, power, and prosperity.
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congressional district 4
ken buck
Ken serves on the House Judiciary Committee and the House Foreign Affairs Committee.  He serves as the Ranking Member on the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law, and he also serves on the Subcommittee on Immigration and Citizenship. He also serves on the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia, The Pacific, and Nonproliferation.
Do I live in CD4? Check the map. 
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CU Regent - congressional district 4
frank mcnulty
Today’s higher education environment demands leadership, and is in desperate need of strong conservative leadership. If elected, my main priorities include increasing accessibility to the University, improving accountability among leadership, and ensuring the academics and athletics are top tier.
Do I live in CD4? Check the map. 
congressional district 8 (New)
Barbara kirkmeyer
Barb Kirkmeyer is a 4th generation Coloradan who has lived in southern Weld County for over 35 years. As a Weld County Commissioner for 20 years, Kirkmeyer pursued a strong conservative agenda, leaving Weld County as Colorado’s only large, debt-free county. She also helped coordinate an effort to make Weld County a Second Amendment sanctuary from liberal assaults on gun rights. Prior to serving as a county commissioner, Barb co-owned and operated a dairy farm, was a small business owner for 15 years, and served in Governor Owens’ cabinet as the acting executive director of the Department of Local Affairs.
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CU Regent congressional district 8 (New)
Mark vandriel
The University of Colorado was founded in 1876 to serve the people of Colorado.  It is important that the institution be governed always with that goal in mind.  While Student and Alumni, Faculty and Staff are all especially important to the present of CU, I believe that the Regents must be mindful that the University system exists for all of Colorado, and to govern it with the long-term interests of the state in mind. 
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state board of education
congressional district 8 

peggy propst
Education should be solely about children and academic empowerment.  For too long we have allowed social indoctrination to encroach on our classrooms and distract from our primary responsibility, which is to teach the basics!   It is time to return to the essential building blocks of education (the 3R's and factual history) to ensure that all students are provided a solid foundation of academic excellence so they can advance into the world with confidence. 
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The Weld County Republican Central Committee supplies this information as a courtesy only and does not control content candidate websites. Information subject to change.  Weld County Republican Central Committee does not support or endorse candidates for future elections prior to Caucus, Assembly, and Primary proceedings as outlined in WCRCC bylaws. 

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