From this morning’s Denver Post, the best case for keeping Dick Wadhams as the state GOP chairman:
For the first time since 2002, the Colorado Republican Party can say it’s debt-free.
Covering the party’s $580,000 in debts is a testament to Dick Wadhams’ hard work, commitment, and connections. In the absence of any more viable alternatives, a pledge from Wadhams to focus his energy on the 2010 statehouse races ought to make him the frontrunner to keep the job.
That being said, for all our sakes, I hope that Wadhams and the state GOP staff are attuned to the debate going on at The Next Right and prepared to plug into the growing coalition at Rebuild the Party. Not to mention the good advice of thoughtful folks like hard-working candidate/blogger Joshua Sharf.