In a radio interview over the weekend, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) characterized U.S. Attorney General Barr’s refusal to testify before the U.S. House–and Trump’s statement that other White House officials won’t cooperate with the investigation–as a “negotiating position.”
A Top Colo Republican, Who’s Leading the Charge to Recall Democrats, Says the Legislative Session Wasn’t So Bad After All
A leading Colorado Republican, who’s been saying for months that Democrats should be recalled from office for proposing extreme laws, now believes the “system” worked and the results aren’t so bad.
With a possible recall of Governor Jared Polis still months away, two prominent Colorado Republicans have purportedly already stated their intention to run for his office should the effort succeed. Resist Polis PAC board member Kristina Finley identified District Attorney General George Brauchler and former El Paso County Commissioner Darryl Glenn as each having “already said yes to running” in a Facebook comment. Finley named the two Republicans while responding to a question on the “Resist Polis” Facebook group,
UPDATE: The bill passed out of the Senate as of Friday morning and now heads to Governor Polis for his signature.
Oil & Gas Association Isn’t Supporting the Recalls, but Recall Organizers Still Say Democrats Should be Ousted for Supporting New Oil & Gas Law
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis and State Rep. Rochelle Galindo of Greeley should be ousted from office for supporting legislation, now signed into law by Polis, that allows for more local control in regulating the oil-and-gas industry, according to the websites of multiple campaigns launched to recall the two Democrats.
Today, faith leaders from Together Colorado, a multi-faith organization, acknowledged the efforts of the Faithful Tuesdays event series and celebrated the final event at the State Capitol.
State Rep. Susan Beckman of Littleton, who lost an election by fewer than 10 votes to lead the Colorado Republican Party, has issued a detailed report calling the GOP voting process “troubling” and marred by “flagrant abuse” of rules and expected election practices.
Democrats in Colorado’s General Assembly are pushing legislation aimed at preventing sexual misconduct at colleges and universities, but there’s a chance it won’t make it to the governor’s desk before they adjourn for the year.
With Trump set to speak at the Air Force Academy graduation in Colo Springs May 30, the vice chair of Colorado’s Republican Party is helping to organize an effort to convince the president to rally with local Republicans, when he’s here.
Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner is joining Republicans nationally in dismissing concerns, raised in the wake of the release of the Mueller report, that Trump obstructed justice.