In a Sept. 27 interview on Colorado Public Radio, congressional candidate Barbara Kirkmeyer explained that a 2019 Colorado law reduced the penalty for possession of up to four grams of Fentanyl.
Congressional candidate Barbara Kirkmeyer, a Republican who’s favored banning abortion in Colorado, doesn’t think abortion will determine whether undecided voters choose her or her pro-choice opponent, Dr. Yadira Caraveo.
In a 9News debate, congressional candidate Barbara Kirkmeyer denied saying that she’d advocated for making Medicare a temporary program, when — in fact — in a candidate questionnaire, she stated that Medicare should be made “temporary.”
In a KOA radio interview Tuesday, Colorado congressional candidate Barb Kirkmeyer at first tried to dodge a question about whether she’d sign a bill banning abortion nationally, including in Colorado.
After Fellow Republicans Called It ‘Arrogant’ & Inappropriate, Kirkmeyer Still Billed Taxpayers for Driving to Work
“I’ve always had this test as an elected official that, you know, if you can’t go home and look yourself in the mirror, you probably shouldn’t be doing it, right?” said Colorado congressional candidate Barbara Kirkmeyer earlier this year. “If your children would be embarrassed by what you’ve done, you probably shouldn’t be doing it. I’ve tried to live by that test.”
U.S. Rep. Kat Cammack (R-FL), a notorious election conspiracist, has endorsed fellow Republican Barbara Kirkmeyer, who’s running to represent Colorado’s newest congressional district.
During a wide-ranging interview with conservative pundit Jon Caldara, Colorado congressional candidate Barb Kirkmeyer said she’d reduce federal spending, in part, by transforming Medicaid into a block grant system, a move that could lead to cuts for low-income Coloradans who rely on the federal-state health care program, say experts.
Kirkmeyer Longtime Republican strategist Dick Wadhams told The Denver Post this week that congressional candidate Barbara Kirkmeyer “does not have a record of being an activist on abortion.”
Congressional candidate Barbara Kirkmeyer, a Weld County Republican, said today that she had “nothing” to do with political advertisements that label two of her GOP primary opponents, Jan Kulmann and Lori Sain, “Liberals” and imply that they are “Democrats.”
In an ad flying around the internet, a conservative political group is alleging that congressional candidate Lori Saine, who’s one of the most conservative elected officials in Colorado, is a liberal.