Who is running for Governor of Colorado in 2018

DENVER - Several people have already stepped up to run in the 2018 Governor's Race in Colorado.  

Those that have declared under the Democratic Party include: 

  • Noel Ginsburg, businessman
  • Mike Johnston, former State Senator
  • Cary Kennedy, former Colorado State Treasurer and former CFO and Deputy Mayor of Denver
  • Donna Lynne, Lieutenant Governor
  • Jared Polis, U.S Representative
  • Erik Underwood, former congressional aide, Republican candidate for GA-10 in 2007 and Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2016

Under the Republican Party, those who have come out saying they are running include: 

  • Steve Barlock, activist
  • Cynthia Coffman, Colorado Attorney General
  • Lew Gaiter, Larimer County Commissioner
  • Greg Lopez, former Mayor of Parker and candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2016
  • Victor Mitchell, former State Representative
  • Doug Robinson, businessman
  • Jim Rundberg, businessman
  • Walker Stapleton, Colorado State Treasurer
  • Tom Tancredo, former U.S. Representative, candidate for Governor in 2014, Constitution Party nominee for Governor in 2010, and candidate for President of the United States in 2008

This is not the official list. Some could be added or dropped as it gets closer to the race. Stay with KRDO NewsChannel 13 for updates. 

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