Evergreen businessman Dan Maes and former U.S. Rep. Scott McInnis took a few shots at each other, but Democrats drew more of their fire Thursday during a debate sponsored by the Western Colorado Conservative Alliance, The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel reports.
The two Republican candidates for Colorado governor gave virtually the same answers on such things as protecting the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, balancing the state’s budget and appointing conservative judges to the bench, but they differed on the details for each.
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The Denver Post: Castle Rock businessman Joe Gschwendtner made a late entry into the Republican gubernatorial race Thursday. During his news conference at the state Capitol, Gschwendtner never mentioned his chief GOP rival, Scott McInnis, but made a couple of veiled references to the former congressman.