A conservative slate of candidates, comprised of registered Republicans Becky Myers for district D, Mike Peterson for district B, Christy Williams for district E, and Kaylee Winegar for district G running for the nonpartisan Douglas County School Board has partisan support from the Colorado Republican Party and extremist groups.
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Catholic Official Calls on Conservatives to Run for School Boards, Fight Critical Race Theory as Part of ‘Cultural War’
A Colorado Catholic Church official is urging conservatives to run for local school board elections to fight critical race theory, LGBTQ+ inclusivity, and other issues that he said make schools a “warzone.”
In a Facebook post yesterday, Congressman Doug Lamborn (R-CO) listed his five priorities for the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the annual military budget bill. Topping the to-do list of the Representative whose district boasts the highest percentage of veterans in the nation: “Preventing the expansion of critical race theory in the military. Yesterday’s House Armed Services Committee mark-up hearing ran late into the night as members debated amendments to the NDAA.
At a Teller County Republican “Big Tent Event” over the weekend, rumored gubernatorial candidate Heidi Ganahl praised the success of fellow Republican women being elected to political offices, including Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert.
The United States of America is a country that exists today in large part because of the genocide of roughly 55 million people indigenous to this continent, as well as the enslavement of at least 4.4 million kidnapped or trafficked Africans.
Priscilla Rahn, the vice-chair of the Colorado Republican Party, gave a presentation in July called “Unpacking CRT” where she equated critical race theory (CRT), a legal framework taught in law and graduate schools, with Marxism.
Tracy Gallegos was officially hired as Director of Equity and Inclusion at a special Mesa County school board meeting Wednesday, July 21 – a position that has come under fire in recent months.
Colorado Republican Congressman Ken Buck appeared to acknowledge in a leaked video yesterday that stirring up outrage over critical race theory and transgender kids playing on sports teams is a political strategy for Republicans to turn out voters and win back seats in Congress in 2022.
The academic concept of Critical Race Theory (CRT), the Republican Party’s latest boogeyman, is drawing angry conservatives, apparently including members of far-right militias, to school board meetings across Colorado.