Boston, MA – Mitt Romney
today welcomed the support of respected Colorado leaders who will serve
on his leadership committee.
“I am proud to earn the support of so many well respected Colorado
leaders,” Mitt Romney
said. “I look forward to working with them during my campaign to
promote job creation, balance our exploding budgets, and reverse
President Obama’s failed policies.”
Announcing his support, Sen. Hank Brown said, “Mitt Romney
has the proven record to pull our economy out of this downturn. His
extraordinary success in both the private and public sectors will help
provide the leadership our country needs to restore our economy and the
Mitt Romney’s Colorado Leadership Committee:
Senator Hank Brown Is A Former U.S.
Senator And Past University Of Colorado President. Brown
has served Colorado in the State Senate and the U.S. House Of
Representatives. Following his retirement from the U.S. Senate, Brown
became the President of the University of Northern Colorado and went on
to serve as President of the University of Colorado. Governor Bill Owens Served As Colorado
Governor From 1999 To 2007. During
his time as Governor, Owens fought for lower taxes and education
reform. Owens has served in the Colorado House of Representatives and
the Colorado State Senate. In 1994, Owens was elected Colorado
Treasurer. Senator Wayne Allard Is A Former U.S.
Senator First Elected To The U.S. Senate In 1996. Allard
was reelected in 2002 and retired in 2009. During his Senate career,
Allard was a champion for reducing spending and lower taxes. Allard
also served in the U.S. House of Representatives and Colorado State
Senate. During his time in the Colorado State Senate, Allard continued
his practice as a full time veterinarian.
Attorney General John Suthers Was
Appointed In January 2005. After
two years in office, Suthers won the Attorney General election in 2006
and won reelection in 2010. Suthers was nominated by President Bush in
2001 to become United States Attorney for the District of Colorado and
was unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate. He is also the former
head of the Colorado Department of Corrections.
Congressman Bob Beauprez Served In The
U.S. House Of Representatives From 2003 To 2007. During
his time in the U.S. House, Beauprez served on the Small Business
Committee and the Ways and Means Committee. Beauprez is the former
chairman of the Colorado Republican Party. Prior to his chairmanship,
Beauprez worked in banking, land development and the dairy industry.
Beauprez now operates a buffalo ranch in the Colorado mountains.
Claudia Beauprez Is A Member Of The
University of Colorado Hospital Foundation Board Of Directors. Beauprez
worked in banking, real estate, and the dairy industry. Currently,
she helps operate a buffalo ranch in the Colorado mountains. She is the
wife of former Congressman Bob Beauprez.
Walker Stapleton Was Sworn In As
Colorado Treasurer In January 2011. As
Treasurer, Stapleton is in charge of investing Colorado’s tax dollars
and oversees the unclaimed property division. Stapleton has a
background in business where he served as CEO and CFO of several
publicly traded companies.
University Of Colorado Regent-At-Large
Steve Bosley Has Served On The University Of Colorado Board Of Regents
Since 2004. Bosley
is a founding member of the Deming Entrepreneurship Advisory Board in
the University Of Colorado Leeds School of Business. In addition to his
work with the university, Bosley has over thirty years of experience in
the banking industry.