Tickets are available for Thursday’s “Get Out the Vote Tour” with Republican candidate for governor Walker Stapleton and his “special guest,” U.S. Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO).
A letter penned by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper was sent to Adams County voters last week, asking them to “ignore the misleading and negative ads” about Democrat Faith Winter, who’s running for a state senate seat.
After a much-publicized launch and big plans to become a serious player in Colorado politics, Unite Colorado’s slate of self-described independent candidates has mostly failed to gain traction, been hit with multiple campaign finance complaints, and continued to rely on out-of-state money and wealthy California donors.
Stickers Provide A Right-Wing Launchpad To Speculate That Van Seized In Bomb Arrest Shows A Leftist Plot
Conservatives are spreading unsubstantiated rumors today that Democrats or their allies planted a white van that was seized today in conjunction with the arrest of a suspect in the case involving bombs mailed to Democrats.
Father Of Murdered Columbine Student Says It’s “Sheer Nonsense” To Attack Danielson And Winter For Gun-Safety Votes
Two Democratic state senate candidates are under attack for voting for bipartisan gun-safety legislation that would allow police to take guns from mentally-ill people.
A television advertisement attacking Democratic state Senate candidate Faith Winter of Adams County falsely claims she supported a measure that would have added $25,000 to the tax bill of every family of four.
After moving ahead by a couple hundred ballots, Democrats again fell behind Republicans in the number of ballots returned as of yesterday, with 129,008 and 131,230 ballots being returned respectively by the two parties, according to state government figures.
UPDATE: The party has deleted the post from its Facebook page.
Evidence Points To More Uninsured And Higher Health-Insurance Costs In Colorado, Under Stapleton’s Obamacare-Related Proposals
During his campaign for Colorado governor, Walker Stapleton has offered multiple stances on healthcare issues including 1) his view that the Affordable Care Act be killed completely by the federal government and, more narrowly, 2) his desire to eliminate Colorado’s health insurance exchange, which offers Obamacare-approved insurance plans to the public (with subsidies for low-income people).