Greg Lopez, a Colorado GOP gubernatorial candidate looking to unseat Democrat Jared Polis in 2022, addressed the crowd at a Dec. 1 rally on the steps of the Grand Junction Old Courthouse, announcing his support for embattled Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters and conservative activist and fellow-election fraud conspiracist Sherronna Bishop following FBI searches of their homes as part of investigations into election security breaches.
Update 4/20/22: This post has been updated to reflect additional candidates that have entered or left the race.
Addressing the Jefferson County Republican Men’s Club last month, Rep. Richard Holtorf (R-Akron) gave a dour assessment of the legislative landscape for Republicans following the 2020 election and offered ideas to improve their prospects going forward.
Republican Casper Stockham is kicking off his congressional campaign Saturday with an event featuring speeches by former U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo, attorney Mark Barrington, former Parker Mayor Greg Lopez, and GOP state lawmakers Susan Beckman of Littleton, Kim Ransom of Littleton, and Lori Saine of Firestone.
During a Debate Last Night, One of Four GOP Candidates for Governor Opposed Trump’s “Zero Tolerance” Policy, Which Trump Now Says He’ll End
After saying he didn’t have the power to stop immigrant children from being taken from their families, Trump is now saying he’ll sign an executive order to stop the child grabbing on the border.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Robinson told Colorado Public Radio this week that, as governor, he wouldn’t try to roll back Obamacare, putting him at odds with fellow primary candidate Walker Stapleton and Victor Mitchell.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Steve Barlock is mobilizing his supporters to pressure Denver’s 9News to reconsider its decision to exclude him from Thursday’s televised debate.
Republicans reject Mike Coffman in Adams County, and Stapleton scores GOP caucus victories in Boulder, Pueblo, and Douglas counties
UPDATE: In startling caucus results posted this weekend by the Adams County Republican Party, both U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman and Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman were rejected by Adams County GOP voters.