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CU College Republicans: Best Student Group 2005!
The CU College Republicans has been voted
"Best CU Student Group" 2005

by the Colorado Daily's 60,000 readers!

That makes us the best CU Student Group with the best CU Student Leaders for two years running!

Best CU Student Group 2005: The College Republicans As reported by the Colorado Daily:
"Never off the radar, you will always see the College Republicans on campus holding events from rallies to bake sales. From the termination of Ward Churchill to the Defense of Marriage, the College Republicans never seem to waiver in promoting their beliefs on the CU campus. Despite their low numbers overall in Boulder, CU's tight-knit Republican unit looks to be here to stay."



Best CU Student Leader 2005: Isaiah Lechowit As reported by the Colorado Daily: "Isaiah Lechowit is a junior political science major at CU and the chair of the College Republicans. Lechowit must be doing something right to be voted the number one student leader of the number one student organization at CU, while promoting conservative ideologies on a notoriously liberal campus. Very outspoken in the Churchill scandal, Lechowit has proved he isn't afraid to stand up for what he believes in on the CU campus."



Best Politician You Love To Hate 2005: Brad Jones As reported by the Colorado Daily: "Brad Jones isn't really a politician - yet - nor was he really involoved in the Boulder political scene this past year. Nonetheless, voters seem to remember well (an apparently not fondly) the CU senior's tenure as College Republicans chair during the 2003-04 school year. Known for his love of the spotlight, wacky camus protests and sometimes witty candor, Jones seems to still have a place in Boulder's memory (regardless of whether he still helms the campus GOP)."