Approximately 100 people packed Adam Frisch’s standing-room-only town hall meeting Tuesday at Edgewater Brewery in Grand Junction. Most in attendance were enthusiastic supporters of the Democratic candidate’s campaign to represent Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. The crowd also included a handful of people supporting his opponent, Republican incumbent Lauren Boebert.
‘They Are Putting Litter Boxes in Schools for People Who Identify As Cats,’ Says Boebert. ‘Not True,’ Responds Durango School District
U.S Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) spoke at a Mesa County Republican Women luncheon on Monday, where she mentioned she received a call last week from a father whose kid was in trouble at school because he “stepped on a furry.”
O’Dea Slams Wilderness-Protection Bill As an Attempt To ‘Shove Through a Bill Without Bipartisan Support’￼
GOP Senate candidate Joe O’Dea used incumbent Democrat U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet’s absence from the Club 20 Debate in Grand Junction Saturday to claim repeatedly that Bennet doesn’t show up for Colorado. Debate moderator Brad McCloud said Bennet declined the debate due to scheduling conflicts.
U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert was combative before the first debate question was even asked. Boebert had agreed to debate Democrat opponent Adam Frisch at Colorado Mesa University’s Robinson Theatre in Grand Junction, hosted by Club 20, a western Colorado coalition of counties, individuals, businesses and associations.
Nineteen residents from around the Grand Valley, including Mesa County Valley District 51 School Board President Andrea Haitz and fellow school board member Angela Lema – attended the “save our schools” workshop held Thursday, August 26 at a Grand Junction hotel. Schindler presented the workshop on behalf of Heritage Action for America.
In October, Colorado State Treasurer Dave Young plans to launch a pilot program designed to help Coloradans save money for retirement.
John Kellner, Who’s Running To Be Colorado’s Top Lawyer, Wouldn’t Have Challenged Trump in Court, As Phil Weiser Did
In an interview last week, John Kellner, the Republican who’s running to be Colorado’s top lawyer, wouldn’t name a case where he agreed with Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser’s decision to go to court to oppose former President Donald Trump’s legal positions or policies.
Despite 100-degree temperatures, a dozen people rallied outside the Grand Junction office of U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) on Friday, calling on Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold to disqualify the Silt congresswoman from holding office in the future.
‘I Looked But Couldn’t Find Any Successes Connected to the Congresswoman,’ Says Don Coram, Boebert’s GOP Opponent
Democratic candidate Alex Walker, who’s running in the 3rd Congressional District primary race, set the tone during his opening statement at a virtual forum hosted by several local chapters of the nonpartisan League of Women Voters, Wednesday.
After opening the Mesa County Republican Assembly in Grand Junction with a prayer, a singing of the national anthem, and recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, county GOP chairman Kevin McCarney invited his “adopted daughter” Rep. Lauren Boebert to the stage.