According to the Denver Post, Marc Holtzman has decided to attend the state convention.
The Denver Post has more on the Marc Holtzman controversy. They write, "Credibility problems dogged Republican Marc Holtzman's gubernatorial campaign last week as a series of contradictions and straight-out lies were disclosed in a Denver courtroom. Questions also were raised about Holtzman's knowledge of donors - including his father's company - who gave money to a Virginia-based nonprofit group that contributed to a Colorado anti-Referendum C committee...
"Holtzman's campaign manager, Dick Leggitt, admitted Friday that he lied to a Denver Post reporter in an e-mail by fabricating poll numbers that purportedly showed Holtzman's name recognition going from '10 percent to 70 percent and his favorables among GOP primary voters are now just slightly less than (U.S. Rep. Bob) Beauprez's (39 to 42)...'
"The case centers on how much coordination and control are legally permitted between political-issue committees and candidate campaigns. The complainant, lobbyist Steve Durham, alleges Holtzman was inextricably linked to the 'If C Wins, You Lose' committee."
Category: Denver November 2006 Election