Trump-Pence campaign announces chairs for Colorado coalitions

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COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - JULY 29: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump flashes a thumps up at the Gallogly Event Center on the campus of the University of Colorado on July 29, 2016 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The Trump rally came the day after Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic nomination for president. (Photo by Joe Mahoney/Getty Images)

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — The Donald Trump and Mike Pence campaign announced the state co-chairs and the coalitions they will be leading on Thursday.

The coalitions include Hispanics for Trump, Women for Trump, Millennials for Trump, and African-Americans for Trump among others.

“These leaders are contributing valuable time and energy in order to advance Mr. Trump’s conservative message to a range of important groups and organizations throughout the state,” said Colorado State Director Patrick Davis. “With their help, Coloradans will reject the third Obama term that Hillary Clinton represents and will vote for change in November.”

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Here is the list of the of co-chairs and the coalitions they’ll be leading from the Trump-Pence campaign.

  • Hispanics for Trump will be led by entrepreneur Jerry Natividad and businessman Floyd Trujillo.
  •  African Americans for Trump will be led by Derrik Wilburn. Wilburn is the founder and Chairman of the Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives and American Conservatives of Color
  •  Women for Trump will be led by former State Representative B.J. Nikkel and former Colorado National Committeewoman, Lilly Nunez.
  •  Millennials for Trump will be led by Political blogger Rachel Blaha Keane and CSU student Joel Crank.
  •  The Economic coalition will be led by Professor of Economics Paul Prentice, author George Mentz and Energy Industry Executive Tim Wigley.
  •  The Energy coalition will be led by Energy Industry Executive James J. Volker, along with Professor Paul Prentice.
  •  The Military coalition will be led by Retired Air Force Officer, General Bentley Rayburn.
  •  The Education/School choice coalition will be led by Dr. Jim Geddes, Colorado’s 6th Congressional District on the CU Board of Regents and businessman and consultant Ken Witt.
  •  The Sportsmen coalition will be led by Regional Director of BigGame Forever, Denny Behrens
  •  The Agricultural coalition will be led by Greg Brophy, former State Senator and fourth generation family farmer
  •  The Faith coalition will be led by John Andrews, former state Senate President and prior director of the Centennial Institute at Colorado Christian University.