Gualberto Garcia Jones has seen his share of politicians, like Congressmen Ken Buck and Mike Coffman, embrace personhood abortion bans, only to backtrack when they court the votes of a wider audience.
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.”
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’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.
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.”
Another election year, another journalist exposes a Republican Senate candidate talking in different directions on personhood abortion ban
If you look at the Colorado Right to Life website, you’ll see that Colorado U.S. Senate candidate Darryl Glenn is labled “pro-life.”
In a parting jab at the Colorado delegates who tried to derail Trump’s nomination last week, Colorado Trump Campaign Director Patrick Davis called the group “insignificant going forward,” and he said as of last week, there is “no light between the Donald Trump Campaign and the Colorado Republican Party.”
Trump campaign promises to reach out to Trump’s early Colorado supporters, who include Woods and Athanasopoulos
Donald Trump will reach out to “all candidates who were with [Trump] early” Colorado Trump campaign director Patrick Davis told radio listeners Wednesday.