Thursday, November 04, 2004

All the GOP candidates in Denver lost again Tuesday.
Here are the vote totals for the Colorado House District races
(I ran for House District 5).

My question to you, friends who care enough to read this blog,
is "what do I do next"?

Your comments to me via email to me at JohnSWren@aol.com
would be appreciated.

I'll post a summary here in the next day or so with my goals for
2006-- as of this moment it is to seek the GOP nomination again for
Colorado House District 5, here in the Heart of Denver.


HOUSE DISTRICT 01

COUNTY NAME ## REP DEM UNAFF LIB GRN NAT REF ACP COP TOTAL

ARAPAHOE 03 897 1,245 1,232 6 0 1 0 0 0 3,381
DENVER 16 10,481 13,580 12,376 64 37 9 0 1 5 36,553
JEFFERSON 30 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 7
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HOUSE TOTALS 11,382 14,825 13,611 70 37 10 0 5 0 39,941


HOUSE DISTRICT 02

COUNTY NAME ## REP DEM UNAFF LIB GRN NAT REF ACP COP TOTAL

DENVER 16 5,092 15,246 11,454 81 86 14 0 1 2 31,976
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HOUSE TOTALS 5,092 15,246 11,454 81 86 14 0 2 2 31,976


HOUSE DISTRICT 03

COUNTY NAME ## REP DEM UNAFF LIB GRN NAT REF ACP COP TOTAL

ARAPAHOE 03 7,695 6,319 7,500 48 31 4 5 5 0 21,607
DENVER 16 8,258 12,360 11,945 85 99 15 0 0 6 32,768
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HOUSE TOTALS 15,953 18,679 19,445 133 130 19 5 6 6 54,375


HOUSE DISTRICT 04

COUNTY NAME ## REP DEM UNAFF LIB GRN NAT REF ACP COP TOTAL

DENVER 16 5,999 20,194 12,513 82 81 10 0 0 2 38,881
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HOUSE TOTALS 5,999 20,194 12,513 82 81 10 0 2 2 38,881


HOUSE DISTRICT 05

COUNTY NAME ## REP DEM UNAFF LIB GRN NAT REF ACP COP TOTAL

DENVER 16 7,389 20,918 18,756 182 188 17 0 2 2 47,454
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HOUSE TOTALS 7,389 20,918 18,756 182 188 17 0 2 2 47,454


HOUSE DISTRICT 06

COUNTY NAME ## REP DEM UNAFF LIB GRN NAT REF ACP COP TOTAL

ARAPAHOE 03 812 1,106 1,604 19 8 2 0 1 0 3,552
DENVER 16 14,915 22,784 17,793 102 115 19 0 1 4 55,733
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HOUSE TOTALS 15,727 23,890 19,397 121 123 21 0 4 4 59,285


HOUSE DISTRICT 07

COUNTY NAME ## REP DEM UNAFF LIB GRN NAT REF ACP COP TOTAL

DENVER 16 6,901 21,482 14,302 79 48 12 0 3 1 42,828
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HOUSE TOTALS 6,901 21,482 14,302 79 48 12 0 1 1 42,828



HOUSE DISTRICT 08

COUNTY NAME ## REP DEM UNAFF LIB GRN NAT REF ACP COP TOTAL

DENVER 16 6,113 26,733 17,236 100 166 25 0 3 2 50,378
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HOUSE TOTALS 6,113 26,733 17,236 100 166 25 0 2 2 50,378


HOUSE DISTRICT 09

COUNTY NAME ## REP DEM UNAFF LIB GRN NAT REF ACP COP TOTAL

ARAPAHOE 03 739 798 614 2 3 1 0 0 0 2,157
DENVER 16 13,897 16,115 15,518 100 60 16 0 3 4 45,713
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HOUSE TOTALS 14,636 16,913 16,132 102 63 17 0 4 4 47,870


HOUSE DISTRICT 10

COUNTY NAME ## REP DEM UNAFF LIB GRN NAT REF ACP COP TOTAL

BOULDER 07 10,755 20,369 23,467 190 443 15 2 2 1 55,244
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HOUSE TOTALS 10,755 20,369 23,467 190 443 15 2 1 1 55,244

So the question is, what do we do next?

I got an email

Monday, November 01, 2004

When (R) Loves (D), There's No Room for 'I' (washingtonpost.com): "bipartisan couples aren't common, says Lindon J. Eaves, a professor at Virginia Commonwealth University who studies human behavior. 'If you look at spouses for social attitudes,' he says, 'on the whole they tend to be fairly significantly alike.' In fact, social attitudes, which include political traits such as liberalism and conservatism, are much more important to people who are choosing mates than physical appearance or personality traits such as extroversion or neuroticism. "

Sunday, October 31, 2004

A Catholic Votes for George W. Bush by George Weigel , America: The Catholic Weekly Magazine: "Democracy and the market are not machines that can run by themselves. If free politics and free economics are going to promote genuine human flourishing, the tremendous energies they set loose have to be tempered and directed by a vibrant public moral culture. The culture is the key to the entire edifice. A culture that teaches freedom-as-license is going to wreck democracy and the free economy, sooner or later. A culture capable of sustaining the high adventure of democracy over time is a culture that teaches and celebrates freedom for excellence and freedom as the way we choose the good as a matter of habit."

The New York Times > Business > Your Money > Is Kaiser the Future of American Health Care?: " 'To have a real market for quality in health care, you need a product,' Mr. Halvorson said. 'And that means reliable, timely information about outcomes, clinical-trial sorts of databases that show things like, for example, 50-year-olds in our system have fewer heart attacks.
'With the right information and the right incentives,' he added, 'capitalism creates very good solutions.' " George Halvorson, CEO, Kaiser

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