Republican CU Regent At-Large Heidi Ganahl recently had a brain tumor successfully removed by surgeons at CU Anschutz. Now, she’s using her experience to argue against a proposal to launch a public health insurance option in Colorado in part because it could “endanger miracles like mine.”
A visiting scholar at the University of Colorado, who was recently praised as “fantastic” by the lone Republican who holds a statewide elected position in Colorado, stood by President Trump in the White House as he desperately tried to stop Congress from declaring Joe Biden the winner of the 2020 presidential election.
University of Colorado (CU) Regent At-Large Heidi Ganahl, a Republican, says higher education is experiencing a “turning point” as the pandemic rages on.
The last remaining statewide-elected Republican in Colorado, University of Colorado (CU) Regent Heidi Ganahl, went on KHOW’s Ross Kaminsky show last week and praised John Eastman, a controversial conservative figure who is currently a “visiting scholar” at CU Boulder’s Benson Center, a privately funded entity that promotes conservative views.
Univ. of Colo. Regent Heidi Ganahl Uses Far-Right Social Media Sites That Allow Bigotry & Misinformation
UPDATE: On Jan. 13, Ganahl started posting from the Gab account she created over three years ago. She has since posted three times over the past week. Since our reporting Ganahl also unfollowed QAnon conspiracy theorist Mike Cernovich and Ivanka Trump, adding Gab CEO Andrew Torba instead.
‘Conservative Republican’ Richard Murray Campaigns to Keep the University of Colorado Under GOP Control
If you live in Aurora or the surrounding suburbs, Republican Richard Murray wants you to elect him to the governing board of the University of Colorado to stop Democrats from controlling CU.
At a recent luncheon, University of Colorado Regent Heidi Ganahl outlined her work, both at CU and off campus, to educate students about conservative priorities, which she believes are often under-emphasized or under attack in American culture and education.
In a debate about climate change Monday night at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Robert Kennedy Jr., an environmental activist and member of the famed Massachusetts political clan, took on Alex Epstein – a young philosopher, author and fervent defender of fossil fuels.