With Colorado Trump campaign manager Patrick Davis relying on the “robust operations” of the Colorado Republican party, it’s particularly newsworthy that GOP county and district officials are resigning from their elected positions and leaving the party.
In an editorial this weekend holding out U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner as the model of the way forward for the Republican Party, The Denver Post claimed Gardner “supports comprehensive immigration reform.”
In his new autobiography, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper offers lots of kind thoughts about journalism, which has served him well, but he doesn’t give the Rocky Mountain News the credit it deserves for launching his political career.
In an exchange emblematic of the tension among Colorado Republicans over whether to back Trump at the national convention this week, a pair of KNUS talk show hosts got in an on-air shouting match this week.
If you’re still trying to understand Republican U.S. Senate candidate Darryl Glenn, consider listening to the interview of Glenn that aired on Colorado Public Radio last month. It’s one of the most illuminating interviews Glenn of so far.
What does it take to score national media coverage even before you decide to run for a northwest Denver state house seat? Try being the star of ABC’s hit show, “The Bachelor.”
I think the GOP dodged a bullet when Joshua Hosler lost in a three-way primary. With ethics like his, it is no wonder he was favored by the Neville clan.