Westside 1 of 4 McInnis stops in Springs visit
Scott McInnis, the leading Republican candidate for governor of Colorado, met with about 40 state delegates, alternates and supporters at Gold Hill Mesa on the
Westside May 1.
It was one of four campaign stops in Colorado Springs that day, leading up to the Republican Party's state assembly May 22, where delegates will vote on which candidate(s) to support.
In brief remarks at the Gold Hill Mesa development's community center, McInnis reiterated his position that the way out of the state's weak economy is by removing the shackles on free enterprise, including capping spending, cutting taxes and making the state more attractive for mineral exploration. In addition, “On Day 1, I will repeal the executive order [by current Governor Bill Ritter] that unionized our state agencies,” McInnis said.
The businessman and former Congressman also stressed his experience, saying that in effect he was “interviewing to be your CEO.”
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