Colorado GOP Making Formal Presidential Position

April 14, 2012 12:00 AM

Colorado GOP Making Formal Presidential Position
" DENVER (AP) — The long GOP presidential contest appears to be at its end, with Mitt Romney a lock for the nomination.

But look no further than the swing state of Colorado to see deep divisions among party faithful about the top race in the land.

Rick Santorum won Colorado’s nonbinding precinct caucuses in February. He left the race last week, freeing Colorado’s delegates to choose Romney "

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