A last-minute plea from Rocky Mountain Gun Owners executive director Dudley Brown today touts endorsements for Senate District 19 Republican Senate candidate Laura Woods, as the clock winds down to next Tuesday's GOP primary elections:
For the past several weeks, you've received many e-mails from me urging you to vote for conservative Republican Laura Woods in the June 24th Primary Election for Senate District 19.
However, I don't just want you to take my word for it, but also consider the other conservative champions who are supporting Laura, including:
Top-rated conservative State Representative Justin Everett,
Weld County Sheriff and gun rights lawsuit leader John Cooke,
Former U.S. Senator Bill Armstrong,
State Senator Ted Harvey, and
Former State Senator Dave Schultheis.
Now, these individuals know exactly what it takes to fight for your Constitutional rights.
Take it from these proven conservative leaders, and vote for Republican Laura Woods in the June 24th Primary Election.
With a tag team of Bill Armstrong and Dave Schultheis in her corner, how can anybody stand in Laura
Waters Woods' way? And since this is an RMGO email, there is of course a healthy portion of recycled scumbagging for Woods' opponent, two-time loser Lang Sias:
You may have even heard Laura on morning talk radio shows like Peter Boyles, as a key spokesperson for the recall effort.
If you did hear her, then you know just how passionate and committed she is about protecting our rights.
Unfortunately, Lang Sias, a handpicked liberal, establishment Republican, has chosen to run a primary against Laura.
If you’ve read our emails before, you know by now that Lang Sias has already attempted to run for office TWICE in the last two election cycles and LOST – even to Evie Hudak!
RMGO is working every bit as hard to ensure their endorsed Republican candidate in Senate District 22, Tony Sanchez, beats Republican attorney Mario Nicolais. What we've heard is that in both of these races, and others where RMGO has made a primary endorsement, a robust field campaign with no shortage of volunteers is busily underway–making it quite likely that Colorado's "no compromise" gun rights organization is going to have a very good night on Tuesday.
Electability in November, of course, is another matter, but until next Wednesday morning, you won't find any Democrats raining on RMGO's parade.