In a resolution introduced in the U.S House of Representatives yesterday, U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse (D-CO) called for a national strategy to combat the nation’s biodiversity crisis.
U.S. Rep.-elect Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is relieved that members of Congress are allowed to carry firearms in Washington, despite the city’s gun ban, but she’s angry at the Capitol Police for not providing her with a way to store her gun while she’s on the floor of the House of Representatives, where guns are prohibited.
Weld County Commissioner Barbara Kirkmeyer and Sheriff Steve Reams told conservative KCOL radio host Jimmy Lakey last week they were unhappy with Colorado Gov. Jared Polis for tightening public health guidelines for their northern Colorado county.
For the second time in two days, a Denver Metro county Republican party announced that it, “wouldn’t certify” election results that have already been certified. The Adams County Republican Party said Tuesday it will not certify the county election results, despite the fact that its own representative to the canvass board has already signed off on certification.
Despite urgent pleas for Denver residents to stay home this Thanksgiving, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock flew to Houston this morning to spend the holiday with his wife and daughter, 9News reports.
As the Colorado Republican Party reckons with another dismal election season in a state that continues to shift to the left, they’ll also soon be deciding on a new leader to carry the party forward.
The Jefferson County Republican Party announced on Facebook today that it “refused to certify the election results.” Election certification is the responsibility of the canvass board and the County Clerk, not political parties.
Former GOP Governor Draws Praise for Dismissing Election-Fraud Claims and Acknowledging Biden as Prez
Blazing a possible bipartisan path in Colorado toward recognizing Joe Biden as president, former Colorado Republican Gov. Bill Owens wrote on Facebook Sunday that there were “relatively few cases of voter fraud” in this month’s presidential election.
WASHINGTON—With a victory of nearly 30,000 votes, gun rights activist and political newcomer Lauren Boebert will head to Washington in January to represent Colorado’s Third Congressional District.
After joining a news conference yesterday with Rudolph Giuliani claiming without evidence that widespread fraud undermined November’s presidential election, Trump’s legal advisor Jenna Ellis jumped on a Denver conservative radio show and alleged, again with no evidence, that Colorado-based voting machine firm may have committed fraud to give victories to losing candidates in Colorado.