The one statewide Republican incumbent who managed to survive the recent Democratic onslaught is Colorado Attorney General John Suthers. With federal intrusion a constant source of angst among state legislature and voters, Suthers is well positioned to protect the state’s sovereign integrity and the rule of law.
When Suthers was recently questioned about his state’s involvement in a multi-state lawsuit filed to overturn the mandates in the new federal healthcare law, he responded, “We have to preserve federalism and protect our individual constitutional rights.” For the past six years, Suthers has been on the frontline protecting the rights of Centennial State voters from the evils wielded by an over-reaching and ever-growing federal government.
Suthers was appointed to the office in 2005, after serving as U.S attorney for the District of Colorado for 4 years. Following a noteworthy two-year stint as attorney general, Suthers successfully ran for the office in 2006. Since then, insiders have credited his work ethic and his political and fundraising acumen for setting him up as a solid favorite in his November re-election bid.
With more than 31 years of experience in private practice, national and local positions, and as attorney general, Suthers is able to tout significant accomplishments that resonate with voters such as protecting children from Internet predators, reducing mortgage and foreclose fraud and taking legal action to prosecute those responsible for some of the largest hazardous waste sites in Colorado.
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