Rep. Mike Coffman (R-Aurora) joined House Republicans yesterday in approving a bill that would give federal cover to anyone who refuses to give, provide, or even facilitiate medical care.
Colorado state senate candidate Nancy Doty praised Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s speech in Colorado last week, calling it “just spot on” and “very, very good.”
CoveredHQ rolled out a new messaging tool to help inform both consumers and stakeholders on health insurance related issues. To further their goal of educating the public about health insurance, CoveredHQ has created a different health insurance “theme” for each month of the year and provides helpful resources relating to the given theme.
Yesterday, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock delivered the annual ‘State of the City’ address on the grounds of the Denver International Airport. Rather than celebrating the progress Denver has seen since he took office, Hancock largely focused on the problems that Denver still faces today. While briefly mentioning several of the city’s recent achievements, such as adding 60,000 new jobs to the economy, slashing the unemployment rate, and expanding Denver’s public transportation system, Hancock stated that, “This city will not rest until Denver’s success is shared by everyone.”
Colorado journalist David O. Williams has a great post in RealVail.com today, based on his decades of newspaper-industry experience up there, beautifully illustrating the dangers and weirdness of anonymous political journalism and calling on Republican mega-donor Larry Mizel, who’s been raising cash for Donald Trump, to come clean about whether he owns the Colorado Statesman.
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.