State GOP Rep. Mark Waller to Run for Colorado AG
The Colorado Springs resident is a former prosecutor who was first elected to the legislature in 2008.
House Minority Leader Mark Waller's colleagues in the legislature, military and El Paso County praised the Republican as the right person to become Colorado's next attorney general at a news conference Monday at the University of Denver, where Waller received his law degree in 2003. The Colorado Springs resident is a former prosecutor who was first elected to the legislature in 2008.
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