Last month, Colorado Politics’ Evan Wyloge broke the story of Rep. Matt Soper’s redistricting presentation, in which the legislator provided local Republican party officers and activists with alternate maps and testimony intended to keep him and at least one of his Western Slope colleagues in their current districts. Wyloge’s story and subsequent reporting covered Soper’s request to his audience that they never mention that he was the one providing their talking points, as well as his frustration with the consultants running the Colorado Neighborhood Coalition, the conservative lobbying group that he said was hired by the Colorado House & Senate Republicans. CNC lobbyist Alan Philp denied that claim and Soper retracted that statement, saying he was mistaken.
Frank McNulty, former Republican Speaker of Colorado’s House of Representatives, told KNUS radio host Peter Boyles last week that U.S. Rep-elect Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is proving herself to be more thoughtful than some expected and has the chance to be a “star” in Washington D.C.
An ethics complaint against Gov. John Hickenlooper (D-CO), which was filed by a Colorado-based watchdog organization, may have its roots in research by a national Republican firm that targets Democrats, according to state documents revealed today.
A Colorado Law Aims to Have U.S. President Elected by Popular Vote. Republicans Are Organizing to Stop This.
Frank McNulty – former speaker of Colorado’s House of Representatives – was on KOA News Radio's Mandy Connell Show earlier this month pushing to remove Colorado from the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact via a ballot initiative for 2020.
Why Can’t Republicans Win in Colorado? Bad Election Campaign Tactics? Or Bad on the Issues that Matter Most?
Colorado Republicans are standing chest-deep in blue water that crashed here in November.