Today’s Republican primary will clarify much about Colorado’s political landscape. In past elections, the ideological divide within the state GOP has largely been contested via state legislative races, albeit with a few notable exceptions, (See Darryl Glenn & Dan Maes.).
Mary Lynn “Dede” Wagner A local Colorado Republican leader has publicly declared both her intention to run for the statehouse and her belief in the QAnon conspiracy theory.
The campaign to convince 75% of the Colorado GOP state central committee members to vote to opt out of open primaries picked up an endorsement from a former conservative legislator recently.
Democrat Mary Parker is running to represent Colorado’s 22nd House District, which encompasses parts of Jefferson County. She faces a challenge from incumbent Rep. Colin Larson, a Republican, and Margot Herzl, a Libertarian.
“If Anything, I’ve Gotten Kudos,” Says Republican Lawmaker about the Response to his Vote To Ban Conversion Therapy for Minors
After voting last month in favor of a proposed law banning mental health professionals from trying to make gay youth become heterosexual, State Rep. Colin Larson (R-Littleton) “didn’t get any backlash” from his district, despite that fact that the vast majority of his fellow Republicans voted against the legislation.