A favorite Republican meme, “the war on rural Colorado,” was jokingly stoked by an unlikely source today: Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO).
Gardner Sees a Big Threat From the “Radical Left,” But Who Is He Referring To? And Why Are They Dangerous?
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner is once again portraying his opponents as the “radical left.”
Former GOP Congressional candidate George Athanasopoulos, who is leading the Initiative 76 “Citizen Voter” campaign, believes in the effort not only for its policy impact, but as a political organizing tool to help Republicans in the 2020 election.
WASHINGTON – At least four Republican senators face uphill battles to win reelection next year, handing Democrats a long-awaited chance to grasp control of the upper chamber of Congress, according to political experts.
Sen. Cory Gardner is in Washington, D.C. today, but at least two members of his staff are holding a public meeting here in Colorado. State director Andy Merritt and Regional Director Steve Emmen are scheduled to give a legislative update over lunch from noon to 2:00 PM today at the Spring Valley Golf Course east of Castle Rock.
NEWS ANALYSIS: In Denver, Fed Chief Promises Independence; Says Oil-Price Spike Would Trigger Boom in Oil Producing States
President Donald Trump isn’t going to bully the Federal Reserve into making a drastic, unwarranted cut in interest rates, Fed Chair Jerome H. “Jay” Powell indicated in a speech Tuesday at the Embassy Suites by Hilton in downtown Denver.
WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) faces daunting odds in his quest to win reelection next year—and if he fails, that might cause Republicans to lose control of the Senate, with major ramifications for the nation.
Only two U.S. senators from blue states have “A” ratings from the National Rifle Association, and Cory Gardner is one of them. He also has a 100% rating from Gun Owners of America and a 0% rating from the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.
Speaking to Fox News host Tucker Carlson last night, Congressman Ken Buck, who also serves as Chair of the Colorado Republican Party, claimed “[Democrats] certainly see urban America as a critical constituency, and there is much sympathy in urban America for some gang members.”
As news breaks of the Trump administration’s plan to ban flavored e-cigarettes, Sen. Cory Gardner addressed the issue yesterday. He gave a statement to Politico, which reported that he is pushing for federal action: