The race to represent the Pueblo area in the Colorado Senate is one to watch this year, in part because the outcome could potentially affect the Democrat’s five-seat majority in the Senate.
Rejecting GOP Advice To Be ‘Compassionate,’ CO Candidate Lori Saine Goes on the Offensive in Anti-Choice Ad
Defying the advice of national Republican leaders that GOP candidates should be “compassionate consensus builders” on abortion, Colorado congressional candidate and Weld County Commissioner Lori Saine, a Republican, went on the offensive today in a Facebook ad, accusing her Democratic opponent, State Rep. Yadira Caraveo, of “pro-abortion zealotry,” which Saine calls “murder.”
Two of the three candidates for HD26 offer their thoughts on the 2020 election, Jan. 6, COVID-19, climate change and more. Following the departure of Democrat Dylan Roberts of Avon to run for state Senate District 8, the wide-open House District 26 race could prove to be one of the most competitive in the state this November.
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman used to say that he wants his response to homelessness to be “compassionate to the homeless and fair to taxpayers.”
With the conclusion of the recent redistricting process, Republicans across Colorado are hoping to gain seats in newly competitive districts. House District 18, which covers western El Paso County, will see incumbent Rep. Marc Snyder (D-Manitou Springs) facing off against either attorney Shana Black or anti-masker Summer Groubert.
In Final Days of Session, Statehouse Dems Focused on Cutting Taxes and Costs of Health Care & Housing for Colorado Families
While the partisan debates around election integrity and reproductive justice bills grabbed headlines this legislative session, Democratic majorities in both chambers of the General Assembly are working to address Coloradans’ other pressing concerns following a second year of pandemic and a continuing upward trend in the cost of living.
Republicans repeated baseless election fraud conspiracies while advocating for amendments to a proposed election security bill in the Colorado House of Representatives Wednesday. The claims were part of a Republican filibuster that led to the hearing taking more than nine hours.
More affordable, more accessible health care is one step closer to becoming a reality for more Coloradans. As physicians, we are thrilled, and urge Colorado’s elected officials to bring House Bill 1370 across the final finish line so patients can get the relief they need from costly health care.