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.).
Colorado GOP Statehouse Candidate Openly Supports QAnon Conspiracies
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.
Lundberg Joins Tancredo, Williams, and Hanks in Opposing Open Primaries for Colorado Republicans
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.
Candidate Q&A: Mary Parker for Colorado House of Representatives
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.