George Brauchler Endorses Joe O’Dea for U.S. Senate

By Matt Connelly

Conservative radio host George Brauchler endorsed Joe O’Dea for United States Senate today live on his radio program on 710 KNUS. 

“Son of a police officer, I like that. Blue-collar kid who grew up to own and run a huge business, I love that. Never run for office before… I’m attracted to that,” said George Brauchler. “The Democrats do not want to face you in the general election, and that alone, if I knew nothing else about you, Joe, I’d be like that’s my guy.”

“I’m honored that George is joining the strong coalition of conservatives across this great state that we have built,” said Joe O’Dea. “Coloradans know I can beat Michael Bennet and deliver real results, flip-flopping politicians can’t. I’m ready to make a difference.”

National Democrats have poured dark money into Colorado’s U.S. Senate race to interfere with the Republican primary and promote O’Dea’s opponent Ron Hanks. Democrats think Hanks will be an easier opponent for vulnerable U.S. Senator Michael Bennet. 

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Matt Connelly is the founder of Campfire Colorado and Campfire Media.