“Are we going to start going back to Jim Crow and tagging people, or Nazi Germany where we’re making someone wear a stamp on their chest, because someone has a hateful interpretation?”
A conspiracy theorist group that insists the federal government planned the September 11th terrorist attacks is hosting an all-day Fourth of July music festival in Denver’s Civic Center Park.
As President Donald Trump escalates his claims that mail-in ballots would be subject to fraud by foreign countries or Democrats trying to rig elections, Colorado’s record-setting primary election showed how safe and fair voting by mail can be for voters of all parties, according to Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold, a Democrat.
‘I Don’t Think I’ve Seen the President More Excited Over a Candidate Before,” Trump Political Director Allegedly Said of Colo Candidate
After Lauren Boebert’s upset primary victory over U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton (R-CO), her campaign told local Associated Press writers that the candidate was not available for an interview due to her trip to South Dakota for a Bikers for Trump Rally July 4.
Colorado Republican Senator Cory Gardner is continuing to dodge questions from reporters on a Colorado ballot initiative that would ban abortion at 22 weeks.
U.S. states face major challenges now and in the future as the COVID-19 pandemic progresses, but U.S. territories face their own set of unique difficulties due to their geography, economies, and limited rights.
Conservative talk show host Dan Caplis accused pro-choice activists and left-wing politicians of systematic racism due to high abortion rates for black women in the country.
State Sen. Larry Crowder (R-Alamosa) took to Facebook to express his full support of the Supreme Court’s decision not to kill an Obama-era policy allowing young immigrants, who came to our country as children and know no other community as home, to remain in the United States.