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Topic - Ryan Call
Disaffected Coloradans have launched a third recall effort, this time against a Democratic legislator whose seat could determine the balance of power in the state Senate.
The Colorado Republican State Convention kicks off Friday, but don't be surprised if Rick Santorum's delegates aren't quite ready to party.
"It is important to note that he didn't mention same-sex marriage or abortion except to praise Reince, and that instead he did focus on individual empowerment, on the inherent worth of every individual," said Colorado GOP Chairman Ryan Call.
"The Colorado recalls were really a David versus Goliath story," Ryan Call, chairman of the Colorado Republican Party told me Monday. "The effort to unseat these radical and out of touch Democrat lawmakers originated and were motivated by grassroots citizens who were overwhelmingly out-raised and outspent by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, labor unions and a host of liberal special interest groups."