Below are comments in response to the Colorado Times Recorder’s article last month titled, “State Senate Candidate Lynn Gerber is Latest CO Republican to Support QAnon”
Sean Price is a writer for the Colorado Times Recorder based in Denver, Colorado. He studied political science and journalism at Gonzaga University. Reach him by email at [email protected]
Hours after protesters gathered outside his Denver office Monday demanding that he hold his vote on a Supreme Court Justice to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) released a statement that he would vote to confirm a “qualified nominee” for the Supreme Court Justice put forward by Trump.
“I just want to start off this training by saying that this is not the world that I want,” said Jason Legg. “The rules and laws I’m going to talk about are how the world is right now.”
The first Spanish-language advertisement of the Senate race between former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and U.S. Senator Cory Gardner was released by Hickenlooper on Aug. 18.
Boebert Still Embraces ‘Deep State’ Conspiracy that Gov’t Workers ‘Appear To Be Actively Undermining’ Trump
After once saying she hopes QAnon is “real,” Colorado congressional candidate Lauren Boebert now says she doesn’t “follow QAnon,” but she goes on to say, in multiple interviews, that government workers, whom she refers to as the “deep state,” appear to be “actively undermining President Trump.“
Earlier this month the Senate Leadership Fund (SLF), a major source of funds for Republican U.S. Senate candidates, pledged $21 million in radio and television advertisements across five states to defend vulnerable Republican incumbent senators. Colorado was not one of those states.
At a virtual town hall Sunday, two Greenwood Village Democrats, state Rep. Meg Froelich and state Sen. Jeff Bridges, spoke to the importance of recycling and the value of legislative action to fight climate change.
Dave Kopel on Two-Week Probation From TV Show After Calling NBA Players “Puppets of the Slave Masters”
Dave Kopel, a staffer at the conservative Independence Institute, will not return to his role as a panelist on KBDI-TV’s Colorado Inside Out for two weeks following comments he made on the program about the Black Lives Matter movement.
Colorado Springs Republican Raymond Garcia, who’s run for multiple state house seats and is listed as an active candidate on state campaign-finance records, posted a meme on Facebook last month comparing a picture of a group of Black men and children standing on a police car with a photo of a group of monkeys climbing over a car.
A voter guide founded by the American Family Association (AFA), a non-profit designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) for its homophobic views on LGBTQ+ rights, only listed Republican candidates in the Colorado 2020 Primary.