October 13, 2011
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McConnell sweeps past Moloney in Republican state House primary with 60 percent of vote in Routt, Eagle counties
McConnell said Tuesday night he looks forward to debating state Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush on gun control issues and educational standards initiatives like Common Core.
Thanks to a new state law, voters from outside Steamboat Springs may drop off completed primary ballots through the end of the business day Tuesday at the Oak Creek, Yampa and Hayden town halls as well as at the Clark Store in North Routt.
Voters planning to participate in primary elections need to have their ballots turned in by 7 p.m. June 24.
Chuck McConnell, who ran for House District 26 in 2012, has stated he will vie to be the GOP’s candidate in the 2014 race. Fellow Routt County Republican Dave Moloney also has declared his candidacy for H.D. 26
Two Republicans from Routt County have set their sights on political office with Dave Moloney announcing his intention to run for state House District 26 and Cari Hermacinski filing an affidavit for her intent to run for Routt County Board of Commissioners District 3.
When they woke up Wednesday morning, Routt County Republicans didn’t wait long to start planning a comeback.
The executive director of Yampatika will take over the City Council's District 3 seat.
I am running for City Council because I want to do my part to insure that Steamboat remains a community that offers great economic opportunity and a high quality of life for its residents, while retaining its status as a world-class destination resort.