Bob Beauprez is a former dairy farmer, community banker and member of Congress.
While in Congress, Bob served on the Ways and Means, Transportation, Veterans Affairs and Small Business Committees. He was also Vice-Chairman of the Highways and Infrastructure Subcommittee and a member of the Republican Leadership Whip Team.
In 2006, he was the Republican nominee for Governor in Colorado.
Since 2007, Bob has published a monthly e-magazine called A Line of Sight, a public policy and opinion resource on current political issues. Then, in 2009, he authored his first book: A Return to Values: A Conservative Look at His Party. He is also Vice-Chairman of The John Hancock Committee for the States.
As you think about the upcoming presidential election, do you feel that a good case can be made that Republican Party has strayed from its conservative roots?
Do you feel that the Tea Party is a healthy movement and will have a large impact on the election?
Do you believe that the latest election loss by the Democrats in New York was a referendum that reflects upon President Obama and his agenda?
Jim and Bob look at the strengths and weaknesses of several GOP candidates.