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Colorado Libertarian Party Primary Results

The Colorado Libertarian held a primary on August 10th. This is the first year that the LP of Colorado held a statewide primary. There were three contested races for the nominations to US Senate, Governor, and 1st congressional district. The results are provided below, with victors listed first.

Governor:

  • Jaimes Brown – 62%
  • Dan “Kilo” Sallis- 38%

US Senate:

  • Maclyn Stringer- 53%
  • John Finger- 47%

1st Congressional District:

  • Clint Jones- 60%
  • Jeffrey Schitter- 40%

Thanks to Ballot Access News and The Denver Post for election results. The Denver Libertarian Examiner provides this handy chart to find other Libertarians running for office in Colorado who did not face a primary.

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  1. Maybe some day Maybe some day August 14, 2010

    I think Mr. Milnes is here because he is soo lonely that he knows that if he created comment section for blogging, no one would show up, that is why he here all the time. He keeps mentioning PLAS to the same people over and over and over and over and over and over and over. Oh well, maybe someday he will get it.

  2. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes August 13, 2010

    OK, critics. I didn’t do well in 2008. But now we have another election cycle. You can all do over & lose again or you can try me & PLAS.
    Oh, by the way, I’m sending paulie my TinyBook. If anyone can help me barter it for a solar panel or just send me a donation, I’d appreciate it.
    http://www.milnes2008.freeservers.com/

  3. Kevin Knedler Kevin Knedler August 12, 2010

    I thought I mention KUDOS to the Colorado LP.
    Since 99% of the comments had nothing to do with your hard-earned success. Market yourselves as the alternative to the two party mess that has driven the USA into bankruptcy.

  4. Steve Steve August 12, 2010

    As bad a candidate as she was – she got 6 votes for the nomination. That’s 6 more than you Bob, maybe you should have asked to be her running mate.

  5. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes August 12, 2010

    I set up a freeservers 2012 site but haven’t proceeded with it-yet.

  6. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes August 12, 2010

    I prefer to wear steel toed shoes & boots after dropping a few things.

  7. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes August 12, 2010

    The guy who is hosting my domain name site robertmilnes.net owns the local computer store. He recently went to Pakistan & I caught him at a good time. He evidently needed cash so I made a deal for this laptop. I owe him. So I can’t pay for my site. & even if I could I probably should pay what I owe first.
    I think Tom K. put up milnes2008 freeservers for me as a backup.
    I paid for my campaign site rm4pres2008 but there was some sort of screwup & I gave up trying to straighten it out.
    You have no idea how screwed up my life is.
    I’m doing the best I can, I think.

  8. NewFederalist NewFederalist August 12, 2010

    Wearing loafers can help.

  9. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes August 12, 2010

    Thomas M. Sipos, you evidently do not know much about depression. I’m lucky to even be able to tie my shoelaces sometimes.

  10. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes August 12, 2010

    Try http//www.milnes2008.freeservers.com/

  11. Thomas M. Sipos Thomas M. Sipos August 12, 2010

    Your site is down, Robert.

    If you can’t afford to pay for an internet host, why not open a free site on Blogger, or MySpace, or Facebook? Or all three?

    You talk a lot about PLAS on IPR, but you do nothing to advance it elsewhere. Your site was years out of date, still talking about 2008 in 2010. You don’t take advantage of free sites. And you have not yet bothered to draft a platform that both progressives and libertarians agree on.

    You’ll have to do more than just blog on IPR if you expect to advance your cause.

  12. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes August 12, 2010

    Any other questions about 2008-or 2012 for me?

  13. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes August 12, 2010

    She also could have endorsed Gravel & withdrew. Gravel may then have won. & the delegates could then have voted Mary vp. -FUSION TICKET.

  14. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes August 12, 2010

    If she accepted vp with Barr, that is better than nothing. + it would have kept Root from vp.
    After that fiasco she still could have bolted the LP & went to BTP.

  15. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes August 12, 2010

    All Mary Ruwart did was drop the ball-twice.

  16. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes August 12, 2010

    If she wanted me to run vp to her p., I’d be hard pressed to turn it down.
    It is reversed order, but it would still be a fusion ticket.
    & in 2012 after the LP & GP nominate a losing ticket & loser Nader picks a fellow progressive instead of a libertarian vp, a LOT of people will take a second look at that ticket.

  17. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes August 12, 2010

    Hey, right after she lost to Barr she ranted on C-SPAN against him. She was right and in real time. Some people still support Barr & his heir apparent Root.
    That scored a lot of points with me.

  18. Ralph Swanson Ralph Swanson August 12, 2010

    How many actually voted?

  19. LP Pragmatist LP Pragmatist August 12, 2010

    Oh please put her on your ticket.

  20. Thomas M. Sipos Thomas M. Sipos August 12, 2010

    If she wanted you to run as her vp, you’d turn her down?

  21. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes August 12, 2010

    I see Christine Smith is running for State House 60.
    As bad a candidate as she is-and I should know- I’d rather she got the 2008 LP nomination over Bob Barr.
    & if she contacted me & said she wanted the vp slot on my Independent fusion ticket, I’d be hard pressed to say no.

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