Welcome to the official website of the Colorado Hispanic Republicans (CHR). Colorado Hispanic Republicans is a non-profit, center-right organization dedicated to increasing the Hispanic community's awareness of public policy issues and helping Hispanics align their votes and their affiliation to their cultural values of Faith, Family and Freedom. We plan to accomplish this vision the following way:
• By educating the Hispanic community on the true principles of the Republican Party that are based on faith, family, personal responsibility, small government, lower taxes, entrepreneurialism, and free market principles that most Hispanics embrace in the US.
• By supporting the GOP leadership in Colorado with Hispanic Outreach
CHR is currently structured as an organization that collects associate membership donations and welcomes Hispanics and Non-Hispanics who identify themselves as Conservatives and/or Republicans and wish to carry on the vision of CHR and advance its mission. Please partner with us and don't forget to attend our Meet & Greets that take place every second Thursday of the month.
The long term goals of CHR are to educate, inform and recruit Hispanic candidates to run for elected positions within the Republican Party, and for elective national, state, and local office and to advocate for, and promote among Hispanics an understanding and acceptance of core Republican principles, as well as to Represent Hispanic interests within the State and the GOP, in partnership with other groups and organizations which share our interests. Our immediate goals are to provide an opportunity for Hispanic Republicans to meet once a month and get involved in the political process, and to help the CO-GOP leadership with ways to engage the Hispanic community.
As Chairman, I am committed to reaching out to individuals and organizations, Hispanic and Non-Hispanic, willing to work with CHR in bridging the Hispanic community with the Republican Party with the ultimate goal of preserving the political, social and economic freedom that this country has offered all its citizens since its foundation. The Hispanic community is represented by hard-working families that believe in personal responsibility and free market principles which have allowed them to become the fastest growing segment of this nation’s economy. Strong and traditional family values also characterize this community, which strives to educate itself and its children with the hopes of achieving the American Dream. The shared core values held by Republicans and Hispanics alike are numerous. It will be my priority to promote their affinity and help the two groups engage more effectively.
Colorado Hispanic Republicans (CHR)