Minister who sued to stop Colorado's pot DUI law running for Weld County commissioner

The pastor of a marijuana-based church will run for Weld County commissioner as a Republican.

Brandon Baker, 39, who in 2013 sued to stop the state’s pot DUI law from being enacted, says he will campaign for the at-large county commissioners seat up for election November 2018, and could face off against incumbent at-large commissioner Steve Moreno, also a Republican, in the June primary.

Baker cites partisan rhetoric as his reason for entering the race.

“I’m running on the seriousness, dedication and determination I used to solidify our respectable and responsible cannabis sacrament…

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