CU Regent Heidi Ganahl faced some tough questions at her gubernatorial campaign kickoff earlier this week. In addition to her refusal to say the 2020 election wasn’t stolen, Ganahl expressed frustration over questions about her decision to scrub 90% of her Tweets prior to launching her campaign. She didn’t get asked about her deletion of two other social media accounts, Parler and Gab, which took place sometime earlier this year.
The director of an anti-abortion pregnancy center in Pueblo is assuring nurses who are looking for work that they don’t need to be vaccinated to work at her pregnancy center despite the Colorado Board of Health’s order requiring staff at hospitals and health facilities to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Catholic Official Calls on Conservatives to Run for School Boards, Fight Critical Race Theory as Part of ‘Cultural War’
A Colorado Catholic Church official is urging conservatives to run for local school board elections to fight critical race theory, LGBTQ+ inclusivity, and other issues that he said make schools a “warzone.”
Last month, Colorado Politics’ Evan Wyloge broke the story of Rep. Matt Soper’s redistricting presentation, in which the legislator provided local Republican party officers and activists with alternate maps and testimony intended to keep him and at least one of his Western Slope colleagues in their current districts. Wyloge’s story and subsequent reporting covered Soper’s request to his audience that they never mention that he was the one providing their talking points, as well as his frustration with the consultants running the Colorado Neighborhood Coalition, the conservative lobbying group that he said was hired by the Colorado House & Senate Republicans. CNC lobbyist Alan Philp denied that claim and Soper retracted that statement, saying he was mistaken.
Editor’s Note: This piece is part of a series where Colorado Times Recorder contributor Gregory Hill asks readers to email him their concerns about the Biden administration in order to engage in meaningful conversation. Read the first “Conversation About Socialism” here, read part 2 here, and read part 3 here.
COVID-19 hospitalizations at UCHealth facilities have spiked to levels as high as the first peak of the pandemic in the spring of 2020 when the coronavirus first rampaged around the U.S. and the world.
In a Sep. 11 speech to the conservative evangelical “Truth & Liberty Conference” in Colorado Springs, Congresswoman Lauren Boebert mocked Colorado’s Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission, implying that the members of the commission are drawing maps to favor Democrats.
On Friday, Sept. 10, after months of speculation, University of Colorado (CU) Regent Heidi Ganahl filed paperwork to run for Colorado governor in 2022.