At a debate sponsored by the Colorado Business Roundtable this morning, Republican gubernatorial candidates uniformly blamed a lack of leadership for the state’s inability to fund transportation-related upgrades.
Coffman backtracks on support for Dream Act, calling the bill “unrealistic” even though he’s voted repeatedly for Hail Mary legislation
During a raucous town hall meeting Tuesday, U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman (R-Aurora) backed off a pledge of support for the Dream Act, which he co-sponsored just last year.
Former GOP Congressman Tom Tancredo’s departure from the gubernatorial race raised the question of whether Arapahoe-area District Attorney George Brauchler might have defeated Colorado Treasurer Walker Stapleton, if Brauchler hadn’t abandoned his quest to be governor in favor of running for Colorado attorney general.
Evangelical leader cheers Gardner and other lawmakers for getting a perfect score from SPLC-designated hate group
In a ColoradoPolitics.com opinion piece today, one of Colorado’s evangelical leaders applauds Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner and U.S. Representatives Ken Buck, Doug Lamborn, and Scott Tipton for their 100 percent “pro-family rating” from the Family Research Council, which has been designated as a “hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) emailed a fundraising appeal yesterday, invoking Trump and U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner to entice donors to support the Make America Great Again agenda.
Colorado lawmakers have a surprise pot of extra tax money, and Republicans are proposing to use it both for a tax cut and to fix roads. Double spending.
During a talk radio interview early this month, Colorado Attorney General and Republican gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Coffman expressed her personal opposition to the landmark Roe v. Wade decision to legalize abortion–even though she accepts the law as “settled.”
Republican Congressman Mike Coffman grabbed headlines back in September for promising to force Republican leaders in the U.S. House to vote on his bill, called the BRIDGE Act, allowing Dreamers to remain in the U.S. for two more years, while Congress works out a permanent solution.
Despite his promise to answer “any question ever about what we do,” district attorney continues to conceal court documents explaining what he does
The Colorado Independent took a step yesterday toward winning its battle for the release of court documents illuminating why prosecutors messed up a death penalty case in suburban Denver against Sir Mario Owens, who was found guilty in 2005 of killing two people.
Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner laughed off concerns Thursday about Trump’s proposed military parade.