Colorado Republican Senate nominee Darryl Glenn came out forcefully for Donald Trump at this weekend’s Western Conservative Summit.
Trump spoke at the Summit, where he was introduced by Colorado state party chairman Steve House in a major gesture signaling party unity heading into November. Colorado had previously been the heart of the #NeverTrump movement, closing its caucus to regular people and giving all 34 elected delegates to Ted Cruz supporters in a process that has sparked a Republican National Committee hearing July 10 on whether to un-seat that delegation in Cleveland.
Glenn, the conservative who was endorsed by Ted Cruz and is seen as one of the closest candidates to Cruz this election cycle, is ready for party unity.
“While I might not agree with everything Donald Trump says, I proudly stand with Donald Trump,” Glenn said in his remarks at the Summit.
“We need to come together and it is my job, it is my job, and I’m taking it as a personal responsibility to deliver Colorado for Donald Trump. Because we have to do this,” Glenn said.
“I’m calling you on to stand with me, and to stand with Donald Trump, and let’s win this election.”