Where a Puebloan went to high school is often brought up with pride in conversation. But Puebloans’ enthusiasm for their high schools is not matched with great fervor when it’s time to vote for school board members for local school districts 60 and 70.
Within hours of the train derailment and bridge collapse that killed a truck driver on I-25 north of Pueblo on Oct. 15, a far-right activist and failed Republican candidate had come up with a theory about what caused the deadly accident: terrorists may have sabotaged the line.
‘The Last Thing I Want Is a Shutdown,’ Boebert Says. Then She Voted Against the Bipartisan Bill to Fund the Gov’t
Less than 48 hours after Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert told a phone-in town hall that she was working tirelessly to prevent a government shutdown, she was one of 90 House Republicans who voted against a stop-gap bill Saturday to fund the government for another 45 days.
Coloradans represented in Congress by Rep. Lauren Boebert left letters at her Durango, Grand Junction, and Pueblo offices Monday, asking her to stop backing a Republican push to gut Medicare and Social Security.
When Sol Sandoval came within a few hundred votes in June of becoming the Democratic Party’s candidate for the House seat held by Lauren Boebert, a male election pundit said she didn’t win the primary because she was too progressive for many voters in Colorado Congressional District 3.
Archuleta County businesswoman Marina Zimmerman, who left the Republican Party and was running as an independent write-in candidate for the congressional seat held by Lauren Boebert, has suspended her campaign and is urging her supporters to vote for Democrat Adam Frisch.
The race for the U.S. House of Representatives seat held by Republican Lauren Boebert of Silt is “in play,” her Democratic challenger Adam Frisch told supporters in Walsenburg after a poll showed him closing in on the controversial congresswoman a month before the election.
Boebert, on Campaign Tour, Frames Pelosi As Her Main Target in Election – Not Adam Frisch, Her Opponent
Boebert wraps up a speech at a rally in La Junta. (Photo: Karin Zeitvogel) U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) asked for divine intervention to oust corrupt politicians and urged backers to “get out ahead of the lies” Wednesday during a whistle-stop tour of towns in Colorado Congressional District 3, where she’s running for re-election.
At Pueblo Debate, Ganahl’s Comments Seem to Hark Back to Trump’s ‘American Carnage’ Inauguration Speech; Polis Defends His Record
On one side of the room in CSU Pueblo’s Occhiato Student Center, where the Democratic and Republican candidates for Colorado governor faced off in their first debate on Sept. 28, a man wore a T-shirt with the name of the candidate he’ll be voting for in the midterms.
With six weeks to go until the election, some political analysts are saying congressional candidate Adam Frisch, the businessman from Aspen, needs to step up his game to unseat U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO). They say Frisch, who narrowly beat Puebloan Sol Sandoval in the Democratic primary in June, should talk less about statistics and politics, take a leaf out of innovative campaigns, and call out Boebert’s extremism as the danger to democracy that it is.