Colorado Campaign for Life, a statewide anti-abortion group, says two leading Republican candidates for governor won’t answer specific questions about abortion.
If You Want a Semi-Automatic AR-15, Maybe You Should Start Going to Republican Fundraisers in Colorado
If you want to start amassing guns, you might consider attending Republican Party fundraisers in Colorado.
Governor Candidate Doug Robinson Is “Least Likely to have a Closet Full of Skeletons,” Says Conservative Activist
In a short video endorsement posted on Thursday, conservative activist Laura Carno lists her five reasons for endorsing Doug Robinson for Republican nominee for governor. Her fifth reason:
Last week, the Colorado Times Recorder reported that Colorado Treasurer Walker Stapleton, who’s running for governor, failed to disclose his wife’s $30,000 salary for her job as Executive Director of the Harmes C. Fishback Foundation, which is Stapleton’s family’s foundation.
An Otero County Republican candidate forum got personal last week when primary challenger Don Bendell touted his health and pain tolerance at an event incumbent State Rep. Judy Reyher (R-Swink) was forced to miss while recovering from spinal surgery.
Appearing in Denver, EPA’s Pruitt dodges and denies scandals — hypes “consequential’ tenure, cake, and baseball instead
Scott Pruitt, appointed by President Trump to head the Environmental Protection Agency, was in Denver Friday to give the keynote address at the Western Conservative Summit, and he spoke with local talk radio host Steffan Tubbs (KNUS, 710am) earlier that afternoon, anxious to deflect criticism of his short tenure.
Stapleton Condemns Racism but Some Say He Should Go Further in Addressing His Great-Grandfather’s KKK Legacy in Denver
Swirling on the fringe of Republican Walker Stapleton’s run for governor is the question of how, and if, he should address the fact that his great-grandfather, former Denver Mayor Benjamin F. Stapleton, was a leader of the Ku Klux Klan in Colorado in the 1920s.
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) said last week that he’s not planning to run again for his current U.S. Senate leadership position, in which he’s charged with electing Republicans to the U.S. Senate.
During his 2014 Election Campaign, Gardner Said a Proposed Abortion Ban Was Just Symbolic, but He Has Yet to Co-Sponsor It Again
It’s been almost four years since U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) was running around Colorado saying that federal personhood legislation, which aimed to ban all abortion, even for rape, and which Gardner co-sponsored as a member of the U.S. House, was “simply a statement that I support life.”
Trump Administration’s “Door Is Open” to Leading Activist Seeking to Transfer Federal Land to States
During a workshop at a conservative gathering in Denver, Jennifer Fielder of the American Lands Council said her campaign to return federal lands to state control is being well received by the Trump Administration.