March 2, 2010
David Smith Jr.
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Routt County GOP and Democrat assemblies help form primary ballots Saturday afternoon
The candidacy field for Routt County sheriff shrank Saturday. Of three Republican candidates, only Garrett Wiggins won the 30 percent of delegate votes necessary to secure a Republican nomination for the office.
Field could narrow with 3 Republicans vying for votes at assembly
There’s at least one thing Routt County’s three Republican candidates for sheriff agree on: If they don’t get enough votes from party delegates Saturday, they’d likely drop out of the race rather than try to petition onto the August primary election ballot.
ACET commander said decision is based on Hatch Act questions
The All Crimes Enforcement Team commander said his agency would be finished spending a federal grant early next week. He'll refile for the Routt County sheriff's race then, to avoid any possible Hatch Act violation.
Hayden police chief, Steamboat detective not interested in job
Two rumored candidates for Routt County sheriff have denied their intention to run, and no new affidavits have been filed in preparation for the November election.
ACET leader to continue campaign while Hatch Act is examined
Garrett Wiggins is looking into a 1939 federal law that could prevent him from running for elected office, but he said he is continuing his campaign until the question is resolved.