Klingenschmitt, R-Colorado Springs, went through a list of his accomplishments in the state Legislature Wednesday at the Airplane Restaurant. He also discussed his attempts to "fight for Republican principles" that didn't make it through the Democrat-controlled House. He took a small handful of questions limited to constituents in House District 15, teasing his "plans for 2016" along the way, before announcing he plans to run for Senate District 12.
The seat is held by Senate President Bill Cadman, who will reach his term limit in 2016.
Kligenschmitt added that he fasted for 72 hours before the Wednesday night meeting to ask God about his political future. Klingenschmitt's state Senate aspirations are thus little more than hunger-induced delusions.
Earlier this month, Klingenschmitt made the prediction that gays will 'recruit' 20% of all children by the next century.
Watch a report on Klingenschmitt's announcement, AFTER THE JUMP…