With the primary election just a week away, candidates are making their closing arguments, and for U.S. Senate hopeful Joe O’Dea, that means convincing the GOP base that he’s Trump’s guy in Colorado.
Marina Zimmerman, whose defeat in April at the Colorado Republican assembly meant her name would not appear on the June 28 GOP primary next to controversial U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, is still on the ballot as a write-in candidate in the Nov. 8 general election.
Asked at a GOP event Tuesday if she will “be seeking Donald Trump’s endorsement,” Republican candidate for governor Heidi Ganahl said, “Yes, I would accept President Trump’s endorsement.”
During a KHOW Denver radio interview on Friday, U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) appeared to agree with host Ryan Schuiling when Schuiling stated that both he and Boebert are “enormous fans” of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
After the conclusion of the first Republican U.S. Senate candidate forum in Lakewood on Tuesday, real estate developer and former Fort Collins City Council member Gino Campana said he’s “kept in touch” with Trump officials and would “absolutely” accept the former president’s endorsement.
Appearing on KNUS conservative talk radio Saturday, U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) told host Randy Corporon that she believes Twitter — along with local news and mainstream media stations — to be “propaganda” while celebrating rival alternative social media sites, including Donald Trump’s anticipated venture to be called Truth Social, and the six-month-old site GETTR, launched by former Trump aide, Jason Miller.
At a campaign meet-and-greet event in Cañon City Monday night, Republican candidate for Colorado governor Danielle Neuschwanger launched into a monologue, filled with false accusations about Democratic Gov. Jared Polis, saying he “is not gay” and that his marriage to Marlon Reis “is a sham.”
CO GOP Senate Hopeful Says Voters Now Realize It Was Trump’s ‘Tone of Voice’ That Bugged Them, Not His Policies
A leading Colorado U.S. Senate candidate hopped on the radio last week and basically told Colorado’s swing voters they don’t care about climate change, preserving Obamacare, abortion rights, gun safety, democracy, immigration reform, courts… .
CO Republican Chair Advises Candidates To Accept Biden As Prez, Stay Mum on Alleged 2020 Election Fraud
In a recent radio interview, Kristi Burton Brown, chair of the Colorado Republican Party, advised candidates to sidestep conspiracy narratives about the 2020 presidential election that are favored by many GOP activists, and instead to acknowledge Joe Biden’s legitimacy as the president of the United States.
Former Colorado Republican leader Dick Wadhams “would not be surprised” if over 50% of the governing body of the Colorado Republican Party votes Saturday not to participate in open primaries anymore, falling short of the 75% that’s legally required to dump open primaries but setting the table for GOP activists to file a lawsuit that could overturn the 75% threshold and allow Republicans to eschew primaries as early as next year.