Hillary Clinton’s substantial post-Convention bump in the polls was not a surprise to those who attended the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia. Having created a well-scripted Hollywood production, the Democrats seized the Ronald Reagan theme of “Morning In America” and, in a Jiu Jitsu move, took advantage of the Republicans’ “Nighttime In America” theme, trumpeted best by their presidential nominee, which posited the country was in decline. The contrast in themes was stark yet both have the potential to appeal to millions of people.
Democratic Convention Wrap Up
GOP Congressional candidate criticizes Coffman ad
Republican Congressional candidate Casper Stockham thinks it was “wrong” for U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman to produce an ad critical of GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Colorado GOP Vice-Chair Derrick Wilburn gets a lot of things wrong
Derrick Wilburn, Colorado GOP Vice-Chair doesn’t seem to like primary sources. I had to click through four articles to find a primary source, and it turns out he is wrong about everything he claims the Department of Justice is doing. Click on the Swamp Thing icons to see how wrong.
Radio host slams Coffman for helping Hillary
Dan Caplis, a prominent Colorado Republican and conservative talk-radio host, denounced Mike Coffman’s latest TV ad this morning, saying on air that the ad “helps Hillary Clinton” and that Coffman must have “concluded in his mind and his heart and his conscience that Donald Trump cannot win.”
In Colorado interview, Trump says U.S. has “phony, artificial stock market”
Colorado Springs radio host Richard Randall landed an interview with Donald Trump Friday, and Trump took advantage of the obscure conversation to declare that the U.S. has a “phony, artificial stock market,” that will do “some very bad and very interesting things” when “interest rates go up a little bit.”
Sabato Moves Colorado to Safe Democratic in US Senate Race
Sabato’s Crystal Ball, which boasts among the most accurate predictions of election outcomes since its creation in 2004, has released new predictions on the presidential and US Senate races in Colorado.
Mike Pence plays defense in Colorado
Mike Pence made his first campaign stops in Colorado as the Republican Vice Presidential nominee. He visited Denver and Colorado Springs yesterday.
Libertarian presidential candidate’s spokesman responds to Woods’ “gun grabber” comment
In a post yesterday, I reported that Arvada State Sen. Laura Woods referred to Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson and his running mate as “gun grabbers.”
Raise The Minimum Wage–It’s Good For Colorado
Full-time minimum wage workers in Colorado take home less than $300 per week — not nearly enough to cover rent, pay bills and put food on the table. And yet that’s exactly what minimum wage workers, most of whom are adults, are trying to do.
Why is Laura Woods attacking a candidate who, like her, opposes gun safety laws
In a Facebook post last week, State Sen. Laura Woods referred to Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson and his running mate as “gun grabbers.”