Rep. Ken Buck won’t seek second term as chairman of Colorado GOP


DENVER – U.S. Rep. Ken Buck announced Thursday he would not be seeking a second term as Colorado GOP chairman.

Buck, a Republican from Windsor who represents Colorado’s 4th Congressional District, said in a statement he feels he can “fight for our state and conservative values in other capacities,” though he did not elaborate.

He has been the state party chair since 2019 – the year after Democrats swept the top statewide races in Colorado and re-took control of the Senate.

The Denver Post reported last month that Buck would not seek re-election to the post, citing a spokesperson, and Buck’s chairmanship has been the subject of some controversy since his initial election – including infighting within the party surrounding complaints about this year’s caucuses, one of which resulted in an investigation in Weld County whose results were published this week by the Colorado…

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