After losing a bitter primary race to fellow Republican Don Bendell last year, former state House Rep. Judy Reyher has thrown her hat into the contest to displace Democrat Bri Buentello, who defeated Bendell in a close race last November for the House District 47 seat.
A Pueblo Candidate, Who Didn’t Pay Child Support, Posts Meme Criticizing Women Who Keep Children “From A Loving Father”
A Pueblo state legislative candidate, who failed to pay child support for nearly 17 years, recently shared a Facebook meme stating, “THE REAL DEADBEAT IS THE WOMAN WHO KEEPS HER CHILD FROM A LOVING FATHER.”
Congressman Tipton Returns to Pueblo Racist’s Annual Fundraiser
Every year, Republican lawmakers gather at Tom Ready’s Steak Fry fundraiser. Ready is an unapologetic racist and anti-government conspiracy theorist whose annual backyard BBQ nevertheless continues to draw GOP candidates and elected officials of all levels, including Congressman Scott Tipton.
Birtherism Redux: Colorado Lawmaker More Interested In Obama’s “Secret” Past Than Trump’s Tax Returns
Colorado State Rep. Judy Reyher (R-Swink) is “much more interested” in Obama’s alleged “secret” past than she is in seeing Trump’s tax returns.
Pueblo Republican Can’t Win In Wake of Revelation That He Didn’t Pay Child Support For 17 Years, Says GOP Lawmaker
“I honestly don’t believe he can win,” said State Rep. Judy Reyher (R-Pueblo) about Pueblo house candidate Don Bendell who acknowledged last week that he failed to pay child support for nearly 17 years.
GOP Challenger Touts Health While Opponent Recovers from Back Surgery
An Otero County Republican candidate forum got personal last week when primary challenger Don Bendell touted his health and pain tolerance at an event incumbent State Rep. Judy Reyher (R-Swink) was forced to miss while recovering from spinal surgery.
A GOP lawmaker with history of controversial Facebook posts faces a primary election challenge from a fellow Republican
Newly appointed State Rep. Judy Reyher (R-Swink) has drawn a primary challenge from fellow Republican Don Bendell, as reported first by Peter Roper of the Pueblo Chieftain.