U.S. Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO) joined health care activists today in spotlighting the Trump administration’s decision, during the pandemic, to press forward with trying to kill the Affordable Care Act, instead of working with Democrats to improve the national health care law.
In announcing his decision not to seek re-election as the leader of Colorado’s House Republicans, state Rep. Patrick Neville (R-Castle Rock) issued an unvarnished critique of the Colorado Republican Party.
Colorado state Sen. Bob Rankin told The Denver Post’s Alex Burness last week that if he loses his state Senate seat in November “I’m going to blame Donald Trump.”
Boebert Campaign’s Emails Landing in Spam Folders Due to ‘Nefarious’ Conspiracy, Says Boebert Spokeswoman
Congressional candidate Lauren Boebert’s spokeswoman thinks “something nefarious” is causing Boebert campaign emails to be directed to the spam folders of people who have Gmail accounts.
Boebert Demonstrating no remorse for failing to show up for court multiple times, resulting in warrants being issued for her arrest, Colorado congressional candidate Lauren Boebert on Friday misrepresented and mocked her criminal arrest record, saying at one point, “And I even got a pretty mugshot out of it.”
Boebert Campaign Said It Knows of No Past-Due Liens, But Records Show Candidate Owes Colorado $19,000
The Denver Post’s Justin Wingerter first reported in July that tax liens totaling about $20,000 have been filed against congressional candidate Lauren Boebert’s restaurant, Shooters Grill, in the past four years–and that the “Boebert campaign said it is unaware of any past-due taxes or outstanding liens” against her diner.
A southwestern Colorado town that banned a farm from asking for donations to the Black Lives Matter movement is facing possible legal action from the ACLU of Colorado.
In a voice mail sent to an Arapahoe County municipal lawmaker in July, a woman who identified herself as Kathleen Conti voiced her opposition to the “mask-wearing mandate,” saying “private businesses are able to do that on their own,” and, “We do not need a mandate and a heavy hand coming down on people.”