Citizens for the Republic Endorses Darryl Glenn For U.S. Senate in Colorado
ALEXANDRIA, VA – Today, Citizens for the Republic PAC announced its endorsement of Retired Lt. Col. Darryl Glenn for the U.S. Senate. Glenn was elected to Colorado Springs City Council in 2003, and in 2010 was elected as the El Paso County Colorado District 1 Commissioner. The retired Lieutenant Colonel served in the U.S. Air Force for over 21 years in active duty and reserve military.
The self-proclaimed “unapologetic Christian constitutional conservative pro-life Second Amendment loving veteran” understands the people Colorado need an advocate in Washington who will fight for them and work to secure our borders ensuring that Americans are safe. For Glenn, immigration is a national security issue, looking at the critical steps that make our borders vulnerable is key.
Glenn understands the tension between the African-American community and the police. As an African-American, he clearly articulates solutions to the racial tensions America is currently facing.
Darryl Glenn has gained the endorsement of the Senate Conservatives Fund. The National Republican Senatorial Committee has not endorsed Glenn. “Colorado is a state we can win and the Washington establishment sitting are sitting out and allowing a left-wing Democrat to walk into the seat is shameful. It’s time to help a strong leader who can make a difference in Washington” says Diana Banister, Executive Director of Citizens for the Republic.
“Darryl’s work ethic, principles, and service in the U.S. Air Force will be an asset for the American people. We are proud to endorse a principled candidate for U.S. Senate,” says Banister.
To find out more about Darryl Glenn go to his website: electdarrylglenn.com
Citizens for the Republic (www.CFTR.org) is a conservative 501(C)(4) grassroots lobbying organization dedicated to promoting the ideology and political philosophy of Ronald Reagan. Reagan established the original CFTR in 1977. In 2010, a group of Reagan stalwarts re-launched the organization. Its board includes Chairman Craig Shirley and Director Diana Banister.