A conservative slate of candidates, comprised of registered Republicans Becky Myers for district D, Mike Peterson for district B, Christy Williams for district E, and Kaylee Winegar for district G running for the nonpartisan Douglas County School Board has partisan support from the Colorado Republican Party and extremist groups.
Bud Demicell, a registered candidate in this November’s election for city council in Rifle, Colorado, likely does not meet the residency requirements to run for municipal office.
In Latest Defamation Threat, Former Trump Attorney Eastman Says CO Radio Host Boyles ‘Ought To Be Careful’
Law professor and former Trump attorney John Eastman appeared on KNUS talk radio Saturday morning with his attorney and show host, Randy Corporon, to threaten a defamation lawsuit against Peter Boyles, who hosts his own show weekday mornings, also on KNUS.
After Once Praising Trump, Brauchler Now Criticizes Republicans Who ‘Cling’ to Trump’s ‘Cult of Personality’
Appearing Sept. 25 on a Denver podcast, George Brauchler, who’s seen as a potential GOP candidate for statewide office in Colorado and who once said the U.S. is “in pretty damn good hands” with Trump, sharply criticized Trump Nation’s misdeeds and mistakes, including the former president’s baseless accusation that the election was stolen.
A longtime respected GOP campaign consultant and former chairman of the Colorado Republican Party recently announced on conservative talk radio that two moderate Republican legislators are being considered for a run to represent Colorado’s new eighth congressional district.
CO Republican Chair Advises Candidates To Accept Biden As Prez, Stay Mum on Alleged 2020 Election Fraud
In a recent radio interview, Kristi Burton Brown, chair of the Colorado Republican Party, advised candidates to sidestep conspiracy narratives about the 2020 presidential election that are favored by many GOP activists, and instead to acknowledge Joe Biden’s legitimacy as the president of the United States.
Lawsuit Against Colorado Could Allow GOP To Dump Open Primaries Before Next Election, Says GOP Lawyer
At Saturday’s Colorado GOP state central committee assembly in Pueblo, party leadership voted against the long-debated proposal that Republicans opt out of primary elections, which allow unaffiliated voters to participate in the selection of party nominees
Bob Enyart, a controversial Colorado conservative radio host, died of COVID on Monday after contracting a virus and having built a career by mocking people who died as a result of contracting a virus.
Former Colorado Republican leader Dick Wadhams “would not be surprised” if over 50% of the governing body of the Colorado Republican Party votes Saturday not to participate in open primaries anymore, falling short of the 75% that’s legally required to dump open primaries but setting the table for GOP activists to file a lawsuit that could overturn the 75% threshold and allow Republicans to eschew primaries as early as next year.
Election Conspiracists’ Door-to-Door Campaign Spurs CO Secretary of State Advisory on Rights, Security
In response to an election fraud conspiracy group’s door-to-door campaign seeking information from voters, the Colorado Secretary of State’s office issued a news release yesterday informing Coloradans of their civil rights and suggesting options for appropriate responses to the canvassers in order to protect voters’ privacy.