Thursday, August 28, 2008

CO Republican Chair Dick Wadhams holds down fort in Denver

Two years after experiencing the agony of defeat with the unsuccessful George Allen campaign in Virginia, Dick Wadhams is settled in as Chairman of the Colorado Republican Party, and this week he is busy. With the Democrats gathered in Denver, he is keeping an eye on what is going on.

Mr. Wadhams, who was the architect behind Republican Sen. John Thune's 2004 victory over Democratic Senator Tom Daschle in South Dakota, is a friend of brilliant Republican political strategist Karl Rove who is now a Fox News Channel political analyst. Karl Rove is also in Denver keeping an eye on what is occurring.

National Journal caught up with Mr. Wadhams as he was preparing for the Democrats to descend on his state, and he was ready with plans to work behind the scenes to offer the voice of opposition. Check out the article for insight into Colorado Republicans' role in keeping an eye on the Dems.

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