Two prominent Garfield County Republicans running for office on Nov. 3 are being cagey about the impacts of “up-ballot” GOP candidates President Donald Trump and congressional hopeful Lauren Boebert on their own races–and whether they wholeheartedly support the pair.
As the U.S. Senate prepares to take a vote on whether to confirm President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee just over a week before the Nov. 3 election, advocates for reproductive rights are making their final pleas to senators to delay the process.
A Rifle restaurant owned by Colorado congressional candidate Lauren Boebert once had its liquor license temporarily suspended for serving alcohol to an underage (and undercover) Liquor Enforcement Division employee.
A racial justice advocacy group in Colorado has released a Black women-centered voter guide that gives information and voting guidance on candidates and issues on the state’s 2020 ballot.
Thirty-two Colorado Democratic state lawmakers signed a letter released Monday by the ACLU urging Coloradans to vote no on Amendment 76, a ballot measure that asks voters if the Colorado Constitution should be changed from stating that “every citizen” of the U.S. over the age of 18 can vote to “only a citizen” of the U.S. over the age of 18 can vote.
Richard Murray, a Republican who’s running for an open seat on the University of Colorado Board of Regents, would be expected to vote for Trump on November 3. After all, no elected Republican in Colorado has said they’ll abandon the President, despite his unpopularity here–and his extremism, like his refusal to commit to leaving office peacefully.
Director Nick Rosen and Producer Caroline Beaton are behind “Cardboard Cory: The Documentary,” which tells an incredible story about the life and times of a cardboard cutout of Republican Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) and the political activists who made him happen. The film was funded by the Payback Project, which is a project of the progressive group, Indivisible. The Colorado Times Recorder interviewed Beaton and Rosen via email about their 15-minute film, which we reviewed in July.
The Non-Violins Marching Band (NVMB), a local advocacy group whose name is a play on ‘nonviolence’ and the fact that the group plays violas, filmed a video urging Coloradans to get out and vote, specifically voting by mail, in the 2020 General Election.
Democrat Karl Hanlon will no longer fundraise for his campaign against incumbent state Sen. Bob Rankin and is asking supporters to “redirect their donations to organizations combating Colorado’s East Troublesome Fire in Grand County,” according to a Hanlon news release.
President Donald Trump added legitimacy to QAnon last week, refusing to denounce the baseless conspiracy theory and throwing renewed focus on other political leaders who are in Trump’s camp when it comes to QAnon.