If you’re fair-minded and you look at Tuesday’s election in Colorado, you admit that it could have been worse for Republicans, but overall the Colorado Republican Party has grabbed Donald Trump and swung with him so far to the right that the GOP has become next to irrelevant here.
After truly devastating losses in 2018 and again this year, the Colorado GOP is left with only one Republican who’s been elected by a statewide vote in Colorado.
Richard Murray, a Republican running for a seat on the board that controls the University of Colorado, centered his campaign, in part, on warning voters that if he lost, Democrats would not only “flip control of the CU Board of Regents for the first time in 40 years” but also “take over the last statewide elected body with a Republican majority.”
Boebert poses in Rifle today. State Sen. Kerry Donovan, a Democrat, tweeted a photo today showing U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) and congressional candidate Lauren Boebert, both maskless and in violation of a Garfield County, Colorado, requirement that “facial coverings” be worn “in all settings, both indoor and outdoor.”
With the election so close, and Trump driving so many voters away from Republicans, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner’s (R-CO) promise to speak out against his own party stands out among everything he’s said from 2014 till today. It’s been oft-repeated, but how can it not top Gardner’s quote list?
The Kennedy family has asked U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) to stop airing a political advertisement in which Gardner claims to have “finally fulfilled” a promise originally made by President John F. Kennedy.
After deciding to run for Congress because she believed her Republican Congressman wasn’t conservative enough, even though he was co-chair of the Colorado Trump Campaign, Lauren Boebert is now saying she’s not as far right as the media is portraying her.
Boebert Colorado congressional candidate Lauren Boebert concluded a television interview yesterday with her oft-repeated line that she’s not a “follower of QAnon.”