On Wednesday morning, Colorado talk radio host Richard Randall (KVOR, 740 am) defended President Trump’s response to the apparent kidnapping, torture, murder, and dismemberment of Saudi journalist and U.S. resident Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi Arabian consulate in Turkey.
During his time as a Delta County Commissioner, state Senate candidate Olen Lund imposed abstinence-only educational programs on local students that are known to be ineffective and unethical.
If you’ve thought about working in law enforcement, as a corrections officer, or as a victim’s advocate, you may want to attend an Oct. 30 panel discussion at the University of Colorado at Denver School of Public Affairs.
In Facebook ads, Republicans are falsely claiming that Democratic state Senate candidate Jessie Danielson of Wheat Ridge is a “California Politician.”
Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner cautions that the United States “can’t act rashly,” but if it turns out that Saudi Arabia “did this, things will change, undoubtedly.”
It’s past time for reporters to start asking more key Colorado candidates where they stand on Trump.
Candidate Christine Jensen Opposes Funding Planned Parenthood’s Program Offering Cancer Screening For Low-Income Women
State Senate candidate Christine Jensen of Wheat Ridge opposes all public funding for Planned Parenthood, including all funds via Medicaid, which is the state-federal health insurance program for low-income people.
Anyone who has tracked Trump’s tabloid transgressions since the 1980s can be justified in wondering how on earth self-professed Christians could support his figurehead status, given his well-documented ethical and moral lapses preceding and following his inauguration.
Republican state senate candidate Christine Jensen of Wheat Ridge has repeatedly refused to tell voters where she stands on Trump.