Voters surprised the entire country on November 8, and upsets piled up in Colorado as well. The Colorado Times Recorder interviewed two Democratic state House candidates — widely considered the deepest of underdogs — about their unexpected wins.
CO Statehouse Candidate Vows To ‘Increase Parental Choice’ in Schools After Co-Founding Christian School
Lynn Emrick, a Colorado statehouse candidate who helped co-found a private Christian school in Wheat Ridge, has pledged to “increase parental choice” in schools if she’s elected.
With the current Jefferson County Clerk and Recorder set to step down this year, two candidates — one Democrat and one Republican — are vying to take his place.
In April, former Republican Governor candidate Danielle Neuschwanger announced she would be running for Colorado Governor as a member of the American Constitution Party, prompting concerns from the state Republican party that she would draw voters away from their nominee.
With Republicans focusing on fentanyl and Colorado’s rising crime rate in the 2022 election, a Western Slope state senate candidate’s admission of “selling drugs on the side” in college is raising eyebrows ahead of this weekend’s GOP state assembly.