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Garfield’s Houpt Decides Against Running For Curry’s HD-61 Seat

Garfield County Commissioner Trési Houpt confirmed on Wednesday that she will be running for re-election to her third term on the county board, ending weeks of speculation as to her political plans.

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Ex-U.S. Senate Candidate Now Vying For Curry’s HD-61 Seat

This week, attorney Luke Korkowski of Crested Butte announced that he is running for the District 61 seat in the Colorado General Assembly.

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Curry’s Re-Election Hopes Tied to Lawsuit in La Plata County

State Rep. Kathleen Curry, who recently changed her party affiliation from Democrat to independent, is pinning some of her political hopes on a lawsuit aimed at overturning what she and some others see as an unfair bias toward partisan political candidates.

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Trési Houpt Floated As Possible Dem Candidate In Curry’s HD-61

Colorado Democratic Party chief Pat Waak that she and Houpt had not been able to have that conversation yet.

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Out In The Cold But Warmed By Her Constituents

State Rep. Kathleen Curry’s recent decision to switch her political affiliation from Democratic to independent was well received, for the most part, at a town hall meeting hosted by Curry in Glenwood Tuesday night.

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GOP Tantalized By Colo. House Prospects, But Dems Have Strength

There’s a reason for Colorado Republicans’ optimism for reclaiming the Colorado House in November 2010.

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Curry: Insurance Bill Didn’t Affect Decision To Leave Democratic Party

Kathleen Curry disputed a rumor that her decision had been influenced by Democratic opposition to a health insurance bill which she plans to cosponsor with Rep. Ellen Roberts, R-Durango, The Colorado Statesman reports.

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Pre-Session Surprise: Curry’s Party Switch Costs Her Leadership Positions

State Rep. Kathleen Curry, D-Gunnison, will relinquish her positions as speaker pro tem and chairwoman of the House agriculture committee after changing her voter registration from Democrat to unaffiliated.

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