Rory McVeigh wrote The Rise of the Ku Klux Klan, a study of the KKK in the 1920s, in 2009 — long before Donal Trump became president. But it could almost be about Trump today.
CO State Lawmakers Cutter and Story Hold Town Hall to Discuss COVID-19 Situation in Jefferson County
Wednesday evening, State Rep. Lisa Cutter (D-Morrison) and state Sen. Tammy Story (D-Conifer) held a virtual town hall to update constituents on the COVID-19 situation in Jefferson County, as well as to answer questions.
A “Team Trump Bus” is touring northern Colorado today, and on it is John “TIG” Tiegen, who tweeted his unvarnished support for Kyle Rittenhouse, the Wisconsin teen accused of shooting three people at Kenosha protests yesterday.
Under the leadership of Eagle County Republicans Chair Kaye Ferry, the party continues to invite political extremists to the Vail Valley, which might explain why the local GOP currently has just one county elected official – Sheriff James van Beek — to its credit in recent years.
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) has made national headlines after an interview with Fox News to vocalize his opposition against the House Democrats’ recent bill, the Delivering for America Act, which would provide $25 billion in additional funding to the U.S. Postal Service, designed in part to prevent restrictions and delays in Postal Service operations.
It appears that some Colorado Republicans are presenting themselves as mask wearers on public communications platforms, but being less diligent in the real world.
Republican Bob Roth is running to represent Colorado’s 26th senate district, which encompasses many of Denver’s southern suburbs including Englewood, Greenwood Village, and Littleton. Roth faces incumbent Democratic state Sen. Jeff Bridges in the race.
Colorado State Rep. Rod Pelton, a Republican from Cheyenne Wells, is joining a chorus of conservatives nationwide who are attacking the United States Postal Service (USPS) ahead of an election that will rely heavily on mail-in voting.
Earlier this month the Senate Leadership Fund (SLF), a major source of funds for Republican U.S. Senate candidates, pledged $21 million in radio and television advertisements across five states to defend vulnerable Republican incumbent senators. Colorado was not one of those states.