In anticipation of Colorado’s State Assembly session commencing next week, Rep. Kim Ransom (R-Lone Tree) announced to state Senate Minority leader Chris Holbert (R-Parker) on talk radio Monday that she will introduce a recycled version of her bill from last year’s legislative session which would ban discrimination based on vaccine status.
DougCo Sheriff Candidate Believes That Within the County, His Power Would Supersede the President’s
John Anderson, one of four GOP candidates vying to be elected Douglas County Sheriff, announced his support on social media for a model of law enforcement known as constitutional policing, but his rationale for that position aligns with another distinct controversial movement popular in some conservative political circles known as “constitutional sheriffs” which deems the sheriff as the ultimate arbiter and authority in enforcing laws in a county jurisdiction, and which has racist roots in American history.
Will an Election Conspiracy Group Affect the Race for Douglas County Sheriff?
All four candidates for Douglas County sheriff are Republicans facing off in a primary next June, and while their experience in law enforcement and ties to the community are similar, the difference — to the advantage or detriment — could come from FEC United, a conservative advocacy group with its militia arm, United American Defense Force (UADF), and founder and leader of the group, Joe Oltmann.
Polis ‘Is Not Even Gay’ & His Wedding Was ‘All a Sham,’ Baselessly Claims GOP Gov. Candidate
At a campaign meet-and-greet event in Cañon City Monday night, Republican candidate for Colorado governor Danielle Neuschwanger launched into a monologue, filled with false accusations about Democratic Gov. Jared Polis, saying he “is not gay” and that his marriage to Marlon Reis “is a sham.”
‘Pro-Life’ Republican Ganahl Would Take ‘Hard Look’ at Abortion Ban as Governor
Indicating that she may be pro-choice when it comes to state policy on abortion, even though she is personally pro-life, the leading Republican candidate for governor in Colorado says may not sign an abortion-ban bill if it landed on her desk as governor, instead promising she’d take a “long hard look” at it.
GOP Candidate for CO Gov Explains His Support for Mesa County Clerk & His Belief that the Truth About Prez Election May Never Be Known
Greg Lopez, a Colorado GOP gubernatorial candidate looking to unseat Democrat Jared Polis in 2022, addressed the crowd at a Dec. 1 rally on the steps of the Grand Junction Old Courthouse, announcing his support for embattled Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters and conservative activist and fellow-election fraud conspiracist Sherronna Bishop following FBI searches of their homes as part of investigations into election security breaches.
CO GOP Congressional Candidate Objects to County Encouraging COVID Vaccinations
Weld County Commissioner Lori Saine, who recently announced that she’s running for Colorado’s new eighth congressional district, appeared on conservative talk radio show last week to explain her objection to a social media post by the Weld County government, which encourages vaccination for Weld citizens in anticipation of in-person gatherings for the holidays.
Colorado GOP Official Openly Praises Three Percenters Militia Movement
In a Facebook post from January, Jaqueline Anderson, First Vice Chair of the Mesa County Republican Party, encouraged her followers to identify as Three Percenters, a designation coined in 2008 for members of the far right sympathetic to militia ideology, and committed to opposing what they perceive as tyranny and suppression of individual, God-granted rights.
‘Terminated’ for Refusing the Jab, Radio Host Returns as a Guest on His Former Radio Network
One week after saying he was “terminated” from his two radio shows on KVOR and KKFM in Colorado Springs due to noncompliance with vaccine requirements, conservative talk radio host Tron Simpson announced he would return to the airwaves as a guest on two national shows, one of which is broadcast by the same parent company, Cumulus Media, that employed Simpson.
How Did Partisans Influence Non-partisan School Board Races?
Tuesday’s election results from across Colorado highlighted nationwide trends of increased partisan involvement in local races for school board seats, the latest battleground in the culture wars playing out in school board meetings and public debate around district policies and curriculum.