This week, conservative talk radio shows have focused many show segments on examining the Central American immigrant group currently travelling north through Mexico to seek opportunity in the United States.
Political analysts have been saying for months that women will be the decisive force in November’s election in Colorado and nationally.
A state Senator who’s up for reelection in a highly competitive suburban Denver swing district has come out in opposition to all public funding for Planned Parenthood, including funds from Medicaid, the government health insurance program for low-income people.
Right-wing radio hosts and Trump-supporting groups in Colorado are trying to stoke up anger at the refugees heading toward the United States in search of a better life–and political asylum.
This morning, U.S. Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) appeared on KHOW‘s Ross Kaminsky Show and on KDMT‘s Jimmy Sengenberger Show to share his predictions on national Senate races, one Colorado Congressional race, and Colorado statewide races.
Concerned Citizens for Colorado, a dark-money group that purchased Facebook data from the disgraced firm Cambridge Analytica and used the personal information to help win key Colorado senate seats in 2014, is pumping a half million dollars into the Colorado Republican Party again this year.
Candidates Christine Jensen of Arvada and Rep. Beth Martinez-Humenik (R-Thornton) have a lot in common. Both are Republican women running for Colorado state senate seats in highly competitive suburban swing districts. Both answered the same five questions from their local community newspapers and both gave nearly identical answers to those questions. The answers aren’t just substantially similar; they are structurally the same and often word-for-word identical.
In Colorado, you can vote both with a mail-in ballot, which you should have already received, or in person.
State Rep. Jovan Melton (D-Aurora) has been urged to resign by Democratic and Republican leaders in the wake of revelations that he was arrested twice over 20 years on domestic violence charges.
On Wednesday morning, Colorado talk radio host Richard Randall (KVOR, 740 am) defended President Trump’s response to the apparent kidnapping, torture, murder, and dismemberment of Saudi journalist and U.S. resident Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi Arabian consulate in Turkey.