In a radio interview with Dan Caplis (KNUS, 710am) last Thursday, U.S. Representative Ken Buck from Colorado’s 4th Congressional District pointed to Social Security as a target for cuts in attempts to balance the federal budget, Buck’s legislative priority for a pending Trump administration and GOP-led Congress.
Patrick Neville, who equated a doctor who performed abortions to the devil, is GOP state house minority leader
State Rep. Patrick Neville (R-Castle Rock), whose voice is familiar to listeners of conservative talk radio, was elected state house minority leader Thursday.
On Thursday evening at around 5:30 p.m., thousands took to Denver’s streets to peacefully protest president-elect Donald Trump. They marched from the capitol building up and down 16th Street Mall with chants like “not my president,” “my body my choice,” “white silence is violence,” and “say it loud, say it clear, immigrants are welcome here.”
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Democrat Rachel Zenzinger pulled out a win in a key Arvada/Westminsiter state senate race against State Sen. Laura Woods, who received just over 46% of the vote compared to Zenzinger’s nearly 48% in last night’s election.
The LGBTQ advocacy group One Colorado recently released its 2017 Transgender Health Insurance Buyer’s Guide, which aims to make the process of shopping for health insurance less burdensome for transgender Coloradans.
In what could presage the upending of the Republican Party after the election, Elbert County Commissioner Robert Rowland left the GOP this week with a blazing Facebook post alleging corruption, weakness, disorganization, and cluelessness.
The combination of Trump’s “misogyny,” last year’s murders at a Colorado Springs clinic, and the popularity of Planned Parenthood is translating into votes for pro-choice candidates in Colorado, according to Planned Parenthood Votes Colorado (PPVC) Director Sarah Taylor-Nanista.
Raymond Garcia, who is running against Colorado State Rep. Susan Lontine, expressed in a Facebook post last week that he hopes Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is hanged.
In light of GOP vice presidential nominee Mike Pence’s visit to Loveland, CO, Wednesday, four leading Colorado Democrats released statements urging Coloradans not to vote for Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump. They highlighted Trump’s “hateful and divisive” rhetoric as a key reason why Coloradans should cast their ballots for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton instead.