The following transcript is from U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner’s Tuesday appearance on Colorado’s Morning News (KOA, 850am) with host April Zesbaugh. Certain quotes have been highlighted by the Colorado Times Recorder:
Colorado Campaign for Life, a statewide anti-abortion group, is promoting a Facebook meme with a photo of a man kissing a baby along with the text, “Her ‘Choice’ is actually My Child.”
The mood was cheery at the Colorado Federation of Young Republicans’ masquerade ball last week at the Broadmoor hotel in Colorado Springs.
CBS4 political specialist Shaun Boyd reported last week that newly minted gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Coffman was pro-choice.
Former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb gets serious praise for removing fake news from his Facebook page, which falsely quoted Trump as saying:
In their own words: GOP Congressional candidate and radio host discuss workplace sexual harassment, Roy Moore allegations
The following is transcribed from an interview with Roger Edwards, GOP challenger to Colorado’s CD-6 incumbent Rep. Mike Coffman, from the Peter Boyles Show on 710KNUS with guest host and Arapahoe County Tea Party President Randy Corporon. Emphasized statements, in bold, have been highlighted by the Colorado Times Recorder.
As he exits the gubernatorial race, Brauchler needles Coffman for putting attorney general’s office at risk
As he exited the gubernatorial race last week, Republican attorney general candidate George Brauchler criticized current AG Cynthia Coffman, telling KCOL radio host Jimmy Lakey that Coffman’s last-minute “decision to abandon her position as attorney general” put the AG’s office at risk of falling into Democratic hands–something he did not want to see happen. And this helped push him out of the gubernatorial race.
GOP gubernatorial candidate says Republicans “abandon” their “values” if they vote for pro-choice candidates
Republican gubernatorial candidate Victor Mitchell stated on Facebook that the Colorado Republican Party “should nominate pro-life candidates” and “to do otherwise is to abandon our values.”
After Weinstein, a state lawmaker is reconsidering Pence’s rule about being alone with women. He’s wrong.
The avalanche of sexual harassment and assault allegations that have dominated the media over the past several weeks got one Colorado lawmaker thinking, not about how we can create inclusive spaces where women are free of sexual harassment and assault, but rather if we might be better off delegating women to a separate sphere entirely.