El Paso County GOP resolved to win

County Sheriff Maketa hampered by bad press and primary By Leslie Jorgensen THE COLORADO STATESMAN COLORADO SPRINGS — Like the munchkins’ advice to follow the yellow-brick road in the Wizard of Oz, Republican delegates were guided by hundreds of campaign signs that lined Austin Bluff Boulevard to the El Paso County GOP Assembly at the […]

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