Republican Candidates for the statewide races are shown below. Please visit their websites for additional information.
Statewide Candidates
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US Senate
Joe O'dea
Joe O’Dea is running for the Senate to reduce inflation, cut wasteful spending and the debt, to get America refocused on energy independence, and to keep America safe and secure by supporting the police at home and by supporting a strong military and “peace through strength” abroad.
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heidi ganahl
Heidi is dedicated to fighting for Colorado and our Colorado way of life. Heidi’s priorities are clear: providing a better future for our kids and lowering both the cost of living and the soaring crime rate in our state. You can learn more about how Heidi plans to do at
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lieutenant governor
Danny Moore

Republican gubernatorial candidate Heidi Ganahl chose Danny Moore as her running mate. Moore, a Navy veteran and a successful small business entrepreneur with nearly 40 years of leadership experience shares a common vision with Ganahl to lower Colorado’s soaring cost of living, gas prices (and) crime rates.
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secretary of state
pam anderson
Pam is an experienced leader and elections expert. First elected in 2003, she served as the non-partisan city clerk for the City of Wheat Ridge. She then went on to serve eight years as the Republican clerk and recorder for Jefferson County, one of the largest and most politically diverse counties in the state. She has a reputation for professionalism and fairness from both sides of the aisle. 
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attorney general
john kellner

Having grown up in a military family, John learned early the values of service to your community, doing the right thing when it’s hard, and family above all else. He modeled his principles and beliefs after President Reagan, including respecting the rule of law, keeping government small, and practicing fiscal responsibility.
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lang sias

“I’m running for Colorado State Treasurer because Colorado families and taxpayers deserve a champion for transparency and accountability.” Lang's priorities as Colorado State Treasurer are to Protect Taxpayers, Support Small Business, and Educate our Children.
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state board of education

The State Board of Education (BoE) has many responsibilities, including approval of the Department of Education Budget, rules and regulations regarding our School Boards and School Districts, management of Department of Education employees, and other focal points that trickle down into our neighborhood schools. Coloradans badly need common-sense, no-nonsense approaches to the education of our kids. Dan's priorities are to Repair the Damage caused over the last few years, Update Policies that Put Kids First and Focus on Academics. 

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