Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Buck Wins Republican Nomination for U.S. Senate!

Loveland, CO—Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck won the Republican Party’s nomination for U.S. Senate.

Buck thanked the thousands of grassroots activists who supported his campaign and said that Republicans will now get together to win in November.

“Republicans are a family and we have had a dust-up in the family. It’s over now, and we will come together, like any family comes together, and we will get the job done.”

The focus of Buck’s speech was on America’s future, saying that for the last few years, Americans have cried out for their government to listen, but they have been ignored.

“They heard us, but they ignored us. Grassroots Coloradans will not be ignored anymore.”

Since President Obama entered office, the United States Senate has rubberstamped legislation that increased the national debt, put healthcare under government control, pushed 10 percent of the population to unemployment, and have refused to protect our borders.

Buck said that with only 83 days to go until the general election, Colorado has a great opportunity to help get the United States on the right track again.

“In 2010 we have a choice, we can repeat history or we can make history,” Buck said. He asked Coloradans to join him in a campaign that will make history that will make our children and grandchildren proud.