Former Colorado Special Assistant Attorney General Mike Davis was busted by national media last week for tweeting an inflammatory fake photo.
Republican leaders expressed cathartic disagreement yesterday over whether to support a move by Colorado’s Republican Party to recall a state lawmaker for backing a gun-control bill, after the lawmaker, whose his son died in the Aurora theater massacre, campaigned on the issue.
Polls show most Democrats are worried that Trump could win next year’s presidential election, despite the beating Republicans took in last year’s mid-term.
As a bill to strengthen public school sex ed programs heads to Colorado Governor Jared Polis’ desk to be signed into law, many Republicans in the state are claiming it’s a “gutted” version of what was originally introduced.
Some Colo Republicans Blame Losses on Dumb Campaign Tactics and, Partly, on the Koch Brothers’ Flawed Voter Database App
A dispute has emerged among Colorado Republicans about how much to rely on a giant database of voter information developed over many years with billions of dollars by the Koch brothers, the GOP’s mega donors.
Polis Creates Task Force To Address Suicide Prevention, Substance Use, And Other Mental Health Issues
Gov. Jared Polis (D-CO) announced in early April the creation of a new task force to evaluate and create a detailed plan to address behavioral health issues in Colorado.
At a legislative briefing in March, Gun activist Dudley Brown was so angry at Douglas County Sheriff’s support of a gun safety law, he said county commissioners’ should cut the sheriff’s budget by twenty percent. “Why not?” Brown asked.
“There are some people out there saying recalls are a waste of time,” Republican State House Leader Patrick Neville told KNUS 710-AM host Chuck Bonniwell yesterday.
State Rep. Rochelle Galindo (D-Greeley) should be removed from office for supporting new oil and gas regulations that will “devastate the oil and gas industry” and “kill oil and gas jobs,” say leaders of an effort to recall the newly elected representative.
A bill offering more oversight of student loan providers passed in the Colorado legislature last week with only two days left in the 2019 session.