Anonymous E-mails: A Strategy thats Backfiring
Your most recent anonymous e-mail to select Committee People in El Paso County prior to their Division Leader Meetings had a positive affect. At least that is the word coming from the Holtzman camp. It seems, in many of the Division Leader meetings delegates for Holtzman were selected in large numbers in El Paso County.
It appears, the recipients didn't appreciate receiving the anonymous e-mails. If it weren't bad enough that they were turned off by the earlier blasts by Johnathan Bartha (a Beauprez supporter), they were equally pissed over the anonymous e-mails of the Denver Post article from March 26th.
Obviously, the Denver Post did not send the e-mails.
Ironically, while gubernatorial200674 remains unidentified, Republicans have some idea as to who the person (or persons) may be. It seems, the first persons to have a copy of the verified lists from El Paso County Headquarters were Wayne Williams (El Paso County Commissioner, former El Paso County Chairman and Bob Beauprez supporter) and Chuck (I decorate my house with parking meters) Broerman (former El Paso County Republican Party Chairman and El Paso County Field Director for Bob Beauprez).
GOP 'liar' gets lots of help from legal friends Gazette, The (Colorado Springs), Nov 3, 2002
Obtaining meter hoods by lying is illegal.
There have been numerous citings of Wayne Williams and Chuck Broerman together visiting area Divion Leader meetings. Maybe it is because Wayne Williams is speaking for Doug Lamborn and Chuck Broerman is speaking for Bob Beauprez. Or is it because they are both speaking for Bob Beapurez?
Even in Mr. Broerman's own backyard the word is that the Beauprez people took a licking due in part to Refs C and D, and the "guilt by association" strategy employed in the previous blasts. Did I forget to mention that Governor Bill Owens endorsed Pete Coor's in the Republican Primary, as well as numerous others? Or is my memory failing me?
Holtzman Campaign Strategy: Do Nothing. After all, desperate is as desperate does.