Brian sits down with Jon Caldara on the Devil's Advocate to discuss the campaign for Colorado State Treasurer.
With the primary election just a couple of weeks away, we need your help more than ever. We have come this far because of your support, but we cannot cross the finish line without you.
Will you chip in $27 today for the 27 days until the primary election?
Stewarding your tax dollars is not something to be taken lightly, and deserves to be treated with hard work and integrity.
That's why I'm thrilled to share a new TV ad that just launched about my vision for the Colorado State Treasurer's office. In the ad, I discuss why conservative credentials, stewardship, and strong financial experience are of utmost importance.
Using our time efficiently is critical and of utmost importance. The primary is a little over a month away, and we must continue to spread our positive people-first message throughout our great state.
State Sen. Kevin Lundberg, a Berthoud Republican and until recently a candidate in the state treasurer’s race, endorsed his former primary rival real estate tycoon Brian Watson, saying his time on the campaign trail left Lundberg convinced that Watson would be the best, most effective candidate running.
The deadline for our next financial report where we release the information about all of our contributions for the year is tonight at midnight.
Just heard the official word: We’ve successfully qualified for the Republican primary ballot in June!
Brian Watson joins Jimmy Sengenberger on Business for Breakfast to discuss his vision for Colorado State Treasurer, the issues Colorado is facing financially, and what Brian can do to help in the State Treasurer's office.
I’m writing today to ask a personal favor, as we’re at a crucial time in the campaign season. Please let me know if you’re willing to help...
Republican Brian Watson, a candidate for Colorado state treasurer, on Monday turned in petition signatures to the secretary of state’s office in hopes of securing a spot on the June primary ballot.