I wanted to personally update you on our statewide effort to petition onto the Republican primary ballot this Spring.
Thanks to YOU, our very first financial report of the campaign met every one of our fundraising goals and far surpassed every other candidate in the race thus far.
Republican state treasurer candidate Brian Watson plans to report raising roughly $215,000 for the quarter just ended, his first in the race — almost precisely the amount reported so far by all the other candidates running in both parties’ crowded primaries — and plans to petition his way onto the June primary ballot, Colorado Politics has learned.
Brian Watson was born, raised, and formed in Olathe, Colorado. There, he learned the true meaning of grit, stewardship, and hard work. This is the same work ethic that he will bring to the State Treasurer's office.
Brian Watson joins Angie Austin from Good News Radio on air to discuss his campaign for Colorado State Treasurer, as well as other initiatives he is involved in.
Brian shares the story about building his business with a unique investment approach to commercial real estate (creating opportunity, empowering people, strengthening community), and why he wants to take that same unique approach to the Colorado State Treasurer's office.
Greenwood Village businessman Brian Watson is undeterred by the competition as he emerges as the latest hopeful to seek the Republican nomination for Colorado treasurer.
Colorado businessman Brian Watson this month threw his hat in the ring for state treasurer, shaking up a GOP field that already has five other candidates.
Declaring he’s the only candidate with the right business and financial experience to serve as Colorado state treasurer — including bouncing back after losing almost everything when the economy crashed — Republican Brian Watson on Friday jumped into a GOP primary that already includes three state lawmakers, a county treasurer and a prosecutor