Map of the Voter Roundup. Red is areas Rep. Holtorf visited in the last week of the campaign.

Map of the Voter Roundup. Red is areas Rep. Holtorf visited in the last week of the campaign. It will progress daily. Rep. Holtorf will be visiting Brush, Fort Morgan and the areas inbetween.

The final roundup of voters starts as Rep. Holtorf travels from town to town in District 63. Where will he be? Look for him at the local coffeeshops and diners near you. Vote for Holtorf Veteran Leadership in a time when it is needed the most and our nation and state are in a crisis.

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Rep. Holtorf stopped at the Perkin's Canal during his voter roundup.

Jay Goddard Meets Rep. Holtorf at the Perkins County Canal Water Project

The Perkins County Canal Water Project will need to be delt with for both Colorado and Nebraska. Representative Holtorf and Jay Goddard met at the site and discussed the future of this water concern for all. This was the highlight of the Highway 138 voter roundup. The issue will affect the land and water for years. Read about the Canal at the Colorado Sun.

Letter of Explanation to the Morgan County GOP Central Committee

June 12, 2022

Morgan County GOP Committee,

There have been a series of unfortunate events that have occurred over the last several days and a lack of communication at many levels has not helped in this matter.

Regrettably, misleading information was posted to the “Holtorf For Colorado” website in late May by my campaign web designer. The Morgan County Republican Committee logo was used which implied an endorsement was made to my campaign by the Morgan County Republican GOP. The Greeley Tribune picked up on this information and published an article which made its way back to Morgan County.

I continue to strive to be a true leader and that includes taking responsibility for the actions of the people that help me. Although the error was made by one of my volunteer campaign staff, the buck stops ultimately with me. I was not aware of the incorrect posting until the day before yesterday when the Morgan County Central Committee Chair contacted me. I verified the error and immediately, on the same day, directed the web designer to remove the inaccurate content. I also informed the Morgan County Central Committee Chair that the misinformation had been corrected. The intent was never to mislead anyone and I took immediate corrective action in the matter which is the sign of a leader.

Democrats fund ads boosting controversial GOP candidates in critical Colorado primaries

The effort seems to be aimed at giving Democrats a leg up in the general election. It’s not the first time Democrats have deployed such tactics in Colorado, and in the past they’ve been successful.

Fireworks ignite at GOP House District 63 debate in Brush

Cattle-punching on his Akron ranch may have well-prepared Rep. Richard Holtorf for a Republican Party debate Tuesday with his opponent, former Eckley Mayor Jessie Vance.

Holtorf, presently serving in State House District 64, often appeared to desire discussion on experience he has gained and results he has delivered in the state legislature, and the leadership he has developed through a life of military service and personal business interests, while Vance delivered a barrage of criticism of Holtorf in the debate that often seemed more like a sparring match during a candidate-to-candidate question session.

June 7 District 63 Candidate & Issues Forum in Otis, Colorado

Come and meet Representative Holtorf. hear their platforms and have your questions answered. HD63 Candidate & Issues forum.

Rep. Holtorf Clearly Demonstrates Leadership and Experience at the First Morgan County Republican Debate

Although Technical difficulties interrupted the streaming of the first HD63 debate in Morgan County, the show went on and the Colorado Morgan County Republicans have provided the video for us to watch. The volume gets sorted out as the video progresses.Video provided...

Public Safety Colorado e-newsletter – General Assembly falls short on protecting communities, takes steps to support officers

The 2022 General Assembly session began in January with calls from Governor Polis and Democratic and Republican legislative leaders to make public safety and crime reduction one of the highest priority issues for legislators to address. Although many bills were proposed that touched on public safety and law enforcement issues, overall the General Assembly fell short of making significant gains in providing the tools and resources needed to improve public safety across Colorado. The legislature also continued to focus their efforts heavily on services for criminal offenders while failing to make equal investments in those offenders’ victims.

Colorado Politics with Rep. Richard Holtorf | As long as they aren’t shooting at him, he’s fine

Great article with Rep. Holtorf and Colorado Politics. Fast facts and other reasons to vote for Representive Richard Holtorf for District 63 in the 2022 election. Read Article on Colorado Politics Download Q&A in PDFSubscribe!

Morgan County Republicans Hosting HD63 Debate Today at 6PM | To Be Live Streamed

Friends in Northeast Colorado,   I just wanted to remind you that the Morgan County Republicans are hosting a debate for the candidates running for House District 63. That date has been set for Tuesday, May 31 at the Brush High School Secondary Campus (400 West Ave,...

Memorial Day Events for Representive Richard Holtorf

The Memorial day celebrations will get kicked off at the Heart of the Plains Cemetery. Event info Here.

Then Representive Richard Holtorf is sponsering an event at the Logan County Fairgrounds in Sterling, Co. He will be there at 12:30. Event Info Here.

Both events offer a great way to celebrate Memorial Day.

Letter of Explanation to the Morgan County GOP Central Committee

June 12, 2022

Morgan County GOP Committee,

There have been a series of unfortunate events that have occurred over the last several days and a lack of communication at many levels has not helped in this matter.

Regrettably, misleading information was posted to the “Holtorf For Colorado” website in late May by my campaign web designer. The Morgan County Republican Committee logo was used which implied an endorsement was made to my campaign by the Morgan County Republican GOP. The Greeley Tribune picked up on this information and published an article which made its way back to Morgan County.

I continue to strive to be a true leader and that includes taking responsibility for the actions of the people that help me. Although the error was made by one of my volunteer campaign staff, the buck stops ultimately with me. I was not aware of the incorrect posting until the day before yesterday when the Morgan County Central Committee Chair contacted me. I verified the error and immediately, on the same day, directed the web designer to remove the inaccurate content. I also informed the Morgan County Central Committee Chair that the misinformation had been corrected. The intent was never to mislead anyone and I took immediate corrective action in the matter which is the sign of a leader.

Fireworks ignite at GOP House District 63 debate in Brush

Cattle-punching on his Akron ranch may have well-prepared Rep. Richard Holtorf for a Republican Party debate Tuesday with his opponent, former Eckley Mayor Jessie Vance.

Holtorf, presently serving in State House District 64, often appeared to desire discussion on experience he has gained and results he has delivered in the state legislature, and the leadership he has developed through a life of military service and personal business interests, while Vance delivered a barrage of criticism of Holtorf in the debate that often seemed more like a sparring match during a candidate-to-candidate question session.

Public Safety Colorado e-newsletter – General Assembly falls short on protecting communities, takes steps to support officers

Public Safety Colorado e-newsletter – General Assembly falls short on protecting communities, takes steps to support officers

The 2022 General Assembly session began in January with calls from Governor Polis and Democratic and Republican legislative leaders to make public safety and crime reduction one of the highest priority issues for legislators to address. Although many bills were proposed that touched on public safety and law enforcement issues, overall the General Assembly fell short of making significant gains in providing the tools and resources needed to improve public safety across Colorado. The legislature also continued to focus their efforts heavily on services for criminal offenders while failing to make equal investments in those offenders’ victims.