Republican congressional candidate Lauren Boebert is engaged in a full-on war of words with two Pueblo-area military veterans who run a political action committee responsible for billboards questioning Boebert’s “law-and-order” brand and highlighting her multiple warrants and arrests.
In a blog post yesterday, gun rights blogger and Virginia State Director of Gun Owners of America (GOA) John Crump claimed that I erred when I wrote Sept. 3 that Larry Pratt, the retired executive director of GAO, has pushed conspiracy theories for years, including that the 2012 Aurora theater shooting was a false flag operation by the federal government.
McConnell: Gardner Is Likely To Be “Key Vote” That Gets Supreme Court Nominee “Across the Finish Line”
In an email to supporters this morning, U.S. Senate leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky wrote that Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner will “likely be a key vote that gets [Trump’s Supreme Court] nominee across the finish line when she comes up for a vote.”
There’s one more week to ensure everyone in the U.S. is included in the 2020 Census.
Picking a presidential candidate can be easy, but deciding how to vote on less-publicized races and measures that appear on your ballot can seem like a daunting task.
Abortion rights rose to the forefront of the 2020 election with Friday’s death of Supreme Court Justice and reproductive rights icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg, all but guaranteeing an indomitable anti-choice majority on the highest court in the land for years to come.
Hours after protesters gathered outside his Denver office Monday demanding that he hold his vote on a Supreme Court Justice to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) released a statement that he would vote to confirm a “qualified nominee” for the Supreme Court Justice put forward by Trump.
The Colorado Times Recorder is re-posting this piece, published on the four-year anniversary of Justice Antonin Scalia’s death, in light of the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
On her campaign website for a key state senate race, Republican Suzanne Staiert promotes herself as having “implemented Colorado’s mail ballot system” without mentioning that she’d previously opposed it.