Category: Outreach

Merry Christmas, check out what Santa brought!

Greetings Republicans,

Your leadership team has spent much time meeting with individuals and groups who have all had one unified “suggestion” to us: We needed a new website.
Our site was archaic, confusing, and not always reliable.
Of the items prioritized on our agenda was to develop a new site that was modern, mobile-friendly, user-friendly to save time, and cost-efficient to save us money. Modern design shows the direction we are headed as a party. User-friendly saves time in finding information quickly. And while new fundraising, newsletters, and events calendar should be robust tools for us to organize, they should cost less.

Well, we listened, and today Santa delivered.

Please join us in our excitement as we unveil the new


In the coming year, we will continue to improve the site as part of our dedication to increasing organization, increasing communications, and of course, increasing donations.

Check out the calendar packed with events across the county, and then volunteer. 

If you like what you see, please consider becoming a member of the V.I.B. (Very Important Business), Patriot’s ClubFounder’s Club, and DONATE to grow the party. With your support, we will win more elections.

2018 is days away and we’re excited — to make Colorado red again!

As always, thank you for all you continue to do to promote and grow freedom in El Paso County and the state of Colorado.

God Bless,

Joshua Hosler
Mary Bradfield

Kit Roupe 

Cassandra Sebastian
Executive Director

VIB Program Launched

By: Megan Schrader

Updated: August 20, 2015 at 9:23 pm

Wendy Miller said she knows first-hand how small businesses can get steamrolled at the Colorado Capitol by bigger businesses with high-paid lobbyists who have lawmakers’ ears.

“We saved 20 companies from going under,” Miller, a Colorado Springs small-business owner, told a crowd of GOP business owners Thursday night. “I don’t want any of you to feel helpless and feel like you’re a victim of some law that you can’t do anything about. We are standing here today as proof.”


Election Night Party

Headquarters is devoting 99.9% of our energies to winning, but we need to look ahead for a brief moment. Join us for our election night party November 4 at the stellar Stargazers Theatre. Admission is free. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Food (pulled pork sandwiches, chicken teriyaki, bratwursts, nachos) and drinks (beer, wine, cocktails, soda, coffee, tea) will be available for purchase. No outside food or drink. Please RSVP to [email protected] You are welcome without an RSVP, but we’re trying to get a head count. And more importantly, in the meantime, please volunteer to get out the vote. Contact Lee Hopper at [email protected] or simply swing by Republican Headquarters.

Seeking Volunteers

Your local GOP is committed to reclaiming every inch of our county this November, but we need your help.  Chasing ballots is easy, painless, and effective. The idea is that irregular voters are more likely to vote if they receive encouraging phone calls from other Republicans. You can make those phone calls from home, using lists we produce at HQ, or from HQ, using sophisticated phones that automatically dial and leave voicemails.

There is no other way to defeat the Democrats. Yard signs are entertaining, but they don’t win elections. If you want a Republican victory on November 4, commit to helping today. Email Lee Hopper at [email protected] and he’ll set you up.

Gardner at HQ 08/11

Wednesday’s rally for gubernatorial nominee Bob Beauprez was such a success that, on Monday, August 11, we’ll replicate the festivities with Congressman Cory Gardner, our Republican nominee for US Senate.  Congressman Gardner is planning to arrive at 3:30 PM.  To join in the fun, RSVP to Lee Hopper at [email protected] and arrive at El Paso County Republican Headquarters by 3:20. 

Herpin Legislator of Year

The Denver Post • 
State Sen. Bernie Herpin didn’t waste any time making a name for himself in Denver. Elected in the wake of the recall of Sen. John Morse last September. Herpin on Monday was chosen Legislator of the Year by the Colorado County Clerks Association.

According to a press release from Herpin’s re-election team, he won the prize “because of his ability to lead and reach across party lines to get things done in Denver.”

Herpin faces former state Rep. Mike Merrifield of Colorado Springs, a Democrat, in the general election.

“I’m honored to receive this prestigious award from leaders who are entrusted to fairly conduct our elections and properly staff our bureaus of motor vehicles,” Herpin stated. “I look forward to continuing to make all levels of government work more efficiently to ensure that more Coloradans can get back to work themselves.”

The County Clerks Association is holding its three-day summer conference at Two Rivers Convention Center in Grand Junction. Also on Monday’s itinerary was the first debate between secretary of state candidates, Republican Wayne Williams and Democrat Joe Neguse.