April 8 rancher Kimmi Lewis was nominated from the floor of the Colorado House District 64 Republican Nominating Assembly, which also nominated Tim Dore for what would be his 3rd term.
A surprise nomination like this often happens when an elected representative looses contact with those who have put them in office.
Lewis got more votes that Dore, which usually is not the case for a challenger, and if you Google Kimmi Lewis you can see she is getting overwhelming support from her local community.
It is very likely Tim Dore is running a stealth campaign with telephone calls and direct mail to supporters. Being the incumbent it is very likely he will be reelected WITHOUT YOUR HELP.
Dore was a Democrat until deciding to serve District 64, which is heavily Republican and Dore realized it is very unlikely a Democrat could win.
So fresh from this shock at his Republican assembly, Dore was the "Republican" sponsor of legislation that would have killed our Colorado Caucus, which kills this kind of challenge.
If you are a registered Republican who live in the district, vote! You can also vote if you change
your registration from Unaffiliated to Republican.
Vote for Kimmi Lewis as the Republican candidate in the primary election for Colorado House District 64. You have until the polls close on Tuesday to get to a polling location and to cast your ballot if you live in her district. https://www.facebook.com/voteforkimmi/photos
UNAFFILIATED VOTERS CAN STILL CHANGE TO REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRAT, see: