In Case You Missed It: Jared Polis May Have Violated House Rules

Tuesday, June 19, 2012 | Comments (1)

The Colorado Media Trackers website is reporting that Jared Polis may have violated House rules by using official resources to promote an out-of-district event...

Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.) may have violated House ethics rules last week when he used his official .gov website to broadcast the details of his visit to the High Park Fire Command Post, which is located outside of the congressional district Polis’ currently represents. Both the House ethics and administration committees have issued clear guidance prohibiting the use of official resources for out-of-district events. The recently completed decennial redistricting process added new territory to Polis’ district, but he will only represent the new areas if he is re-elected in November. 

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In Case You Missed It: Why Eric's Values Match 2nd District Voters'

Monday, June 18, 2012 | Comments (8)

Eric Weissmann says he is offering voters "values that match the district's" in The Daily Camera Sunday.

"I'm a businessman, with a track record of achievement," Weissmann said recently. That background positions him to be the best Republican candidate to unseat fellow Boulder entrepreneur Jared Polis, the incumbent Democratic congressman, in this year's general election, he said.

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Denver Republicans hear the spirit of the West at Lincoln Day Dinner

Monday, June 11, 2012 | Comments (8)

Eric Weissmann, along with other prominent Republicans, spoke at the 2012 Denver Lincoln Day Dinner to a group The Colorado Statesman deems "crucial" to the presidential election.  In the current dismal economy, Colorado needs business-oriented candidates from the top of the ticket with Mitt Romney, to Eric Weissmann at the Congressional level, to help get our state back to work.  Eric is committed to Firing Jared Polis in the 2nd Congressional District, a plurality Independent district with less than 2 percentage point Democrat active voter registration advantage. 

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In Case You Missed It: champions Weissmann as the suitable contender to take on Polis

Sunday, June 10, 2012 | Comments (0)

Prominent Colorado blogger, Ross Kaminsky, recently endorsed Eric Weissmann as the right candidate to beat Polis in the 2nd Congressional District's general election this November on his blog,  

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Larimer County GOP voters to decide primary races

Thursday, June 07, 2012 | Comments (16)

From the Loveland Reporter-Herald:

Larimer County voters are receiving their ballots for the primary election, allowing voters to decide which candidates will appear on the November ballot.  

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News Underground Interview

Monday, June 04, 2012 | Comments (8)

Eric Weissmann was recently interviewed on News Underground 1190 in Boulder. Listen here. 

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Eric speaks to Larimer GOP

Thursday, May 24, 2012 | Comments (4)

On Wednesday, Eric spoke at the Larimer County Republican Club in Fort Collins. The Loveland Reporter-Herald covered the event...

"'When I woke up this morning, our country was $3 billion in debt more than it was yesterday, and it will be again tomorrow,' said Weissmann...

"'I'm the Republican who is going to fire Jared Polis... I don't want us to be the generation that breaks our promise to the next generation of a prosperous and free nation.'"

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In Case You Missed It: Weissmann Campaign Puts 2nd CD Race "On the Radar"

Thursday, May 03, 2012 | Comments (2)

The Colorado Observer covered the news recently that Eric Weissmann has achieved the second level of the Young Guns program, an important test of the campaign's readiness to win in the newly competitive 2nd District:

The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) announced today that Eric Weissmann, a Republican candidate for the 2nd Congressional District, has advanced to "On The Radar" status in its "Young Guns" program.

"It is a testament to the organizational and fundraising momentum we have achieved in this race and shows that national Republicans are coming to the realization that Jared Polis is very flawed incumbent in a competitive seat," said Weissmann. "Not only must Congressman Polis answer for his unpopular budget busting, job-killing, and government-growing policies, but he must also take responsibility for his corrupt personal biotech and health care investments based on insider information as a member of Congress."

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In Case You Missed It: Judge rules Eric Weissmann's petitions qualify him for GOP's 2nd CD primary

Wednesday, April 25, 2012 | Comments (1)

In exciting news today for the campaign, a Denver Circuit Court judge respected the wishes of over 1,000 Colorado Republicans and allowed Eric Weissmann onto the ballot. In his decision he also turned back the lawsuit filed by Colorado Democrats, allied with Jared Polis, to try and decide the election in the courtroom, not the ballot box.

From The Denver Post...

Republican Eric Weissmann will be on the ballot for the 2nd Congressional district primary, a Denver district court judge ruled this morning.

Judge Robert S. Hyatt ruled today that some, but not all of the signatures in question could be included. The allowed number were enough to put Weissmann over the 1,000-signature threshold for the June 26 ballot.

Hyatt also rejected arguments by the Colorado Democratic Party, which filed a motion to intervene stating that its own analysis determined Weissmann hadn't gathered a sufficient number of signatures, irrespective of the clerical errors.

Weissmann lashed out at Democrats today for what he called "unprecedented and outrageous" meddling in a Republican primary.

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Eric campaigns across Jeffco and Broomfield

Sunday, March 11, 2012 | Comments (21)

A pair of stories from The Colorado Statesman last week covered Eric Weissmann's campaign stops in Jefferson County and Broomfield, highlighting the winnability for the right Republican in Colorado's 2nd Congressional District.

First at the Jefferson County Lincoln Day Luncheon

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