Anil Mathai, GOP chair in Adams County, discusses his efforts to ensure victory in legislative races, and reveals that the Republican ground game is lacking coordination and organization with the presidential campaign for Donald Trump. Hosts Chuck Bonniwell and Julie Hayden compare Democrat Party advantage in ground game organizing with Republican Party efforts, highlighting GOP weaknesses and past lackluster effectiveness in engaging voters.
After Colorado Trump campaign director Patrick Davis said last week that Trump will rely on the “robust operations” of the Colorado Republican Party to mobilize voters in November, a key county Republican chair said Saturday there’s no signs of any Trump ground game in Adams County, a critical battleground in our state.
With no ground game, Trump campaign will “graft” itself to “robust operations” of Colorado Republican Party, says Trump state director
Colorado’s Trump campaign is relying on the “robust operations” of the Colorado Republican Party to mobilize Trump voters, including “many new people” who are drawn to Trump but are not yet in the campaign databases.
Denver talk-radio host and former GOP U.S. Senate candidate Dan Caplis blames Obama and the “left” for the Dallas shootings. In the worst way. Listen here:
The results are in: Conservation Colorado released their annual scorecard grading Colorado Senators and Representatives on their support of pro-environment legislation. The scores were based how legislators voted on 17 environmental bills selected by Conservation Colorado, including House Bill 1004: Climate Action Plan for Colorado and House Bill 1310: Operators Liable for Oil and Gas Operations.
Last year, dozens of Colorado Republicans joined an anti-LGBT group, funded by Anschutz, in attacking Planned Parenthood
UPDATE: The Anschutz Foundation has issued a statement in response to Jonathan Capehart’s Washington Post column about Freedom for All Americans’ report “Enemies of Equality.” Here is the complete statement:
Left out of much of the coverage of Darryl Glenn’s victory Tuesday is the fact that he’s a full-throttle supporter of a personhood abortion ban, according to Colorado Right to Life.
Representative Mike Coffman (R-Aurora) voted in favor of a bill that would slash Obamacare funding, place new restrictions on Planned Parenthood, and lift a ban on flying the Confederate flag at veteran cemeteries. These controversial measures were riders on an appropriations bill intended to provide funding for the looming Zika crisis.