Former District Attorney George Brauchler used the resources of the 18th Judicial District to benefit his side gig as a radio host, directing a staff member to help him book a guest.
After partnering with the new conservative organization FEC United during the election season, Colorado Republicans are now forced to choose sides between their own party’s officials and the conspiracy theorist leader of the grassroots group, Joe Oltmann.
State Senate candidate Suzanne Staiert has been trying to distance herself from her partisan history, going so far as to scrub her campaign website earlier this year of information about her Republican background and her role in prosecuting former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, a Democrat, over minor ethics issues.
Brauchler’s Proposal to Roll Back Polis’ Power Shows How Pandemic Is Being “Converted into a Partisan Issue,” Says Public Health Expert
In a proposal that one health expert is calling a “sad” illustration of how the response to the pandemic is being converted into a “partisan issue,” Arapahoe County area District Attorney George Brauchler is urging lawmakers to roll back Gov. Jared Polis’ (D-CO) power to fight the COVID-19.
District Attorney George Brauchler is falsely claiming that Gov. Polis is withholding millions in federal COVID-19 funding from rural counties and cities.
Arapahoe County area District Attorney George Brauchler needs to review a measure mandating safe-gun storage before taking a final position on it, but from what he’s seen so far he’s not sure “we need it or that it accomplishes the goal it sets out to accomplish.”
Opponents of a ballot measure to allow Colorado to spend already-collected tax dollars are saying Colorado’s budget has increased by 306% since 1990, but they won’t show their math backing up the claim.
Brauchler’s Proposal to Apportion CO Lawmakers By County Rather Than Population Is Undemocratic and Unconstitutional
Former candidate for Governor and Attorney General George Brauchler took to Twitter yesterday to float an idea seemingly out of nowhere. He said it’s time for Colorado to consider a legislature that has one house apportioned by county rather than population.
Congressman Ken Buck gave a fiery campaign speech at the Colorado Republicans Central Committee meeting Saturday. Cheered on by U.S. Senator Cory Gardner, Buck hit all the usual red meat issues: guns, abortion, oil and gas, before delivering the coup de grace: a call for recalls.