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  Questions of credibility dog Holtzman
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ContributorThomas Walker 
Last EditedThomas Walker  Sep 24, 2005 07:57pm
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MediaNewspaper - Denver Post
News DateSunday, September 25, 2005 01:00:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionFor more than 20 years, gubernatorial candidate Marc Holtzman has told people across the country that President Reagan appointed him executive director of Citizens for America, a private group of Reagan supporters who lobbied for certain domestic and international issues.

Not so, says Ed Rollins, Reagan's former political director.

"The president wasn't involved in the appointment of any people to CFA," Rollins said. "He had nothing to do with the management or appointments. It was an arm's-length group."

As Holtzman gears up for next year's Republican primary, questions are being raised about his credibility - from claims that he guided the state's technology revolution to questions about whether he doctored campaign photos so he would look taller.
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