Bremer Announces Endorsement of 13 More Current and Former CO State House and Senate Members
Last week Bremer touted the endorsement of 4 former leaders in Colorado’s State House and State Senate, today he brings that total to 17 endorsers from CO Legislature, by far the most of any Republican in the race for U.S. Senate.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 7, 2022
(COLORADO SPRINGS, CO) – Today, Eli Bremer announced the endorsement of a large number of current and former members of Colorado’s State Legislature. This adds to his growing list of endorsements from elected lawmakers in Colorado, as well as across the country. The list of endorsement includes current CO State Representative Mary Bradfield (HD-21) and former CO State Representatives: Mark Barker, Tim Dore, Lois Landgraff, and Jim Wilson. CO State Senators endorsing include current CO State Senators Bob Gardner (SD-12) and Larry Liston (SD-11), and former CO State Senators Larry Crowder, Bernie Herpin, Ed Jones, Keith King. Former CO State Senate President Greg Brophy and Former CO State Senate Minority Leader Andy McElhany also announced their endorsements today.
Speaking on behalf of the group, Sen. Bob Gardner (SD-12) wrote, “Eli has earned the support of many current and former Legislators because he is hardworking, shares our values, and most of all, a man of great integrity. These great qualities make him the candidate that can beat Michael Bennet and take back our Senate in November.
Eli has worked tirelessly for our conservative causes for many years now. He is a lifelong Coloradan, a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy, and an Olympian. Eli’s unparalleled work ethic, exceptional character, and dedication are second to none. He has the support and momentum to carry us to victory. We are proud to join the many committed conservatives who know Eli is the only candidate who can take back Colorado for Republicans.”
“It gives me great pride and honor to announce such a comprehensive group of State Legislators supporting my campaign,” responded Bremer. “These lawmakers come from all over the state and represent different time periods of serving – including some better times under Republican Governors.
“Winning in Colorado will require a massive team of supporters, and I’m humbled to continue earning the support of elected officials who have been fighting for conservative values in our state for years. I look forward to taking back CO’s Senate seat and working with our State Legislators to make sure the federal government honors the role of our states and returns as much power to the states as possible. I firmly believe in federalism, and I intend to be. A strong voice for local control of as many governmental efforts as possible.”
Eli’s complete and growing list of announced endorsements includes:
Sen. Larry Liston (SD-11)
Sen. Bob Gardner (SD-12)
Sen. Tom Blickensderfer – Former CO Senate Majority Leader (SD-26)
Sen. Greg Brophy – Former President of the CO State Senate (SD-1)
Sen. Larry Crowder, formerly elected to represent CO State Senate District 35
Sen. Kevin Grantham – Former President of the CO State Senate (SD-2)
Sen. Bernie Herpin, formerly elected to represent CO State Senate District 11
Sen. Ed Jones, formerly elected to represent CO State Senate District. 11
Sen. Keith King, formerly elected to represent CO State Senate District 12 & House District 21
Sen. Andy McElhany – Former CO State Senate Minority Leader (SD-12)
Rep. Mary Bradfield (HD-21)
Rep. Mark Barker, formerly elected to represent CO State House District 17
Rep. Tim Dore, formerly elected to represent CO State House District 64
Rep. Lois Landgraff, formerly elected to represent CO State House District 21
Rep. Amy Stephens – Former CO House Majority Leader (HD-19)
Rep. Mark Waller – Former CO House Minority Leader (HD-15)
Rep. Jim Wilson, formerly elected to represent CO State House District 60
Ambassador Robert O’Brien – Former National Security Advisor under President Trump
U.S. Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell
Rep. Mike Garcia (CA-25)
Rep. August Pfluger (TX-11)
El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder
CO State GOP Chair Jeff Hays