During a KNUS radio interview Saturday, Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman implied that ColoradoPolitics reporter Joey Bunch is writing unflattering articles about her gubernatorial campaign at the behest of Republican mega-donor Phil Anschutz, who owns ColoradoPolitics and the Colorado Springs Gazette through Clarity Media.
If you’re one of the three people who follow the Denver radio scene closely, you know that longtime KOA morning host Steffan Tubbs was fired last year, after his arrest on domestic-violence charges, which were later dismissed.
In April of last year, Arapahoe County District Attorney George Brauchler became the first well-known Republican to formally announce as a candidate for governor. His campaign lasted eight months, ending when Attorney General Cynthia Coffman, after months of speculation, finally announced her own candidacy. Brauchler then dropped out, shifting his campaign to Attorney General, characterizing Coffman’s entry into the gubernatorial race as, “She made a decision to abandon her position.”
I caught up with former Congressman Tom Tancredo the day after he announced his decision to abandon his campaign to be governor of Colorado.
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Veteran Denver Post reporter John Ingold banged out a beautiful tweet storm Monday about why it’s so important to subscribe to The Denver Post right now.
Gardner’s defense of cannabis should be taken with a grain of salt given his unkept promises on Dreamers, CHIP
Following Thursday’s news that U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions would rescind the Obama-era policies of non-interference with marijuana-friendly state laws, Colorado Republican Senator Cory Garder immediately spoke out in defiance.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Coffman told Peter Jones of the South Metro Villager last month that she backs abortion rights. Jones reported:
Tancredo will try to qualify for GOP primary ballot via the state assembly, not the petition, process
Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo told KNUS talk-radio host Craig Silverman last week that he will not try to qualify for the Republican primary ballot via a petition drive. Instead, he said, he will rely on a vote of Republican Party faithfuls gathered at the GOP state convention, which will likely occur in April.