President Trump comes to Colorado Thursday for a rally along with Colorado GOP Sen. Cory Gardner. Trump’s daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, is in Aurora for a “Keep America Great” rally tomorrow.
Magellan Strategies launched a series of deepish dives into competitive legislative districts yesterday, with a close look at a Westminster/Arvada district that had the distinction of being the closest Senate race in 2016.
Arapahoe County area District Attorney George Brauchler needs to review a measure mandating safe-gun storage before taking a final position on it, but from what he’s seen so far he’s not sure “we need it or that it accomplishes the goal it sets out to accomplish.”
An ethics complaint against Gov. John Hickenlooper (D-CO), which was filed by a Colorado-based watchdog organization, may have its roots in research by a national Republican firm that targets Democrats, according to state documents revealed today.
Colorado’s Catholic Bishops doubled down on their longstanding support for repealing the death penalty, issuing a news release Friday commending the Colorado Senate for passing the repeal bill (by a 19-13 vote) and thanking state Senate sponsors Julie Gonzales (D-Denver), Jack Tate (R-Centennial) and Leroy Garcia (D-Pueblo), and “all the other senators who supported this important legislation.”
“If we all vote, if we all engage in democracy, that guy is gone,” Denver City Councilman Chris Hinds told about 150 demonstrators at the Colorado Capitol this afternoon, gesturing toward a life-sized cutout of U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO), which stood just to the right of the microphone.
Gardner vs. Collins: A Comparison of Two Republican Senators From States That Voted for Clinton Over Trump
Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner, who’s one of the most vulnerable Republicans in the U.S. Senate, announced yesterday that he would not vote for more impeachment witnesses, including John Bolton.