March 23, 2010
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The Steamboat Springs detective has gathered enough signatures to put him in a Republican primary Aug. 10 against Garrett Wiggins, commander of the All Crimes Enforcement Team.
Detective gathers more than double the required signatures
Nick Bosick said he has the signatures in hand to place him on the Republican primary in his quest to become the next sheriff of Routt County. Bosick said he has more than double the number of signatures required and that he’s ready for the race. The deadline for turning in the signatures is Thursday, but he said he will turn them in early to be safe.
Wiggins could have GOP challenger in August sheriff’s race
The Republican primary for the Routt County sheriff’s race is back on. Nick Bosick, a detective with the Steamboat Springs Police Department, said Monday that he will petition to be included on the August ballot.
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.
Nick Bosick announces intention to run for office
Steamboat Springs Police Department detective Nick Bosick has changed his mind. He announced Monday that he will run for Routt County sheriff, and in the process, become the third Republican candidate in the race. Bosick said he submitted his paperwork during his lunch hour Monday.