One Colorado, the state’s leading advocacy organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Coloradans and their families, released the following statement last week from Daniel Ramos, Executive Director, on President Trump’s announcement that transgender people can no longer serve in the U.S. Military.
Anil Mathai, the Chair of the Adams County Republican Party, has been voicing his frustration and anger over the failure of Republicans to kill Obamacare.
Some Colorado Republicans posted bigoted, mocking, and hateful messages on Facebook this week in response to Trump’s tweet saying he’ll ban transgender people from the U.S. military.
The Chaffee County Republicans recently shared a video, along with comments, on their Facebook page commenting on the Democratic party and their relationship with African Americans.
Gardner says he’s undecided on “skinny” Obamacare repeal, but he says he won’t vote for “single-payer plan”
Asked by KHOW radio-host Ross Kaminsky today if there were “something that might come up” in the U.S. Senate” that would make him vote against healthcare reform, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) delivered a strange answer: the “single-payer plan.”
State Rep. Dave Williams, a Republican from Colorado Springs, is well known for his unfriendly attitude toward undocumented immigrants.
Steve House, the former chair of Colorado’s Republican Party, recommended defunding the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) due to senate Republicans’ failure to repeal Obamacare after seven years of promising to do so.
Colorado state Sen. Ray Scott, a Republican from Grand Junction, is well known for his “drill, baby, drill” approach to energy policy and disdain for renewables.
In public venues and sporadic interviews with reporters, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) still isn’t saying publicly how he’ll vote on legislation repealing Obamacare–or even what amendments or elements of a bill he favors.
Mike Coffman believes that, if not for identity politics, the “vast majority” of immigrants in his district would be Republicans
In a recent television interview, U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman (R-CO) stated that the “vast majority” of immigrants in his district would be Republicans if they weren’t playing identity politics.