At a Teller County Republican “Big Tent Event” over the weekend, rumored gubernatorial candidate Heidi Ganahl praised the success of fellow Republican women being elected to political offices, including Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert.
Who Did — and Did Not — Attend El Paso County GOP’s Marjorie Taylor Greene Fundraiser Stirs Up Right-Wing Activists
Last Friday, Aug. 6, the El Paso County GOP hosted its annual fundraising event in Colorado Springs, a Lincoln Day Dinner featuring their top-billed speaker, controversial and embattled U. S. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA).
Update 9/10/21: Heidi Ganahl filed paperwork to run for governor on Friday, Sept. 1, though she hasn’t issued an official campaign statement.
If you were one of the Republicans thinking about running for governor next year, and you look at Colorado’s electorate and at Gov. Jared Polis’ (D-CO) popularity — and his war chest — you might consider running for some other office
Neither fire nor flood could stop Colorado Republicans from traveling to Grand Junction last Saturday to see Congresswoman Lauren Boebert and her colleague Jim Jordan (R-OH) co-headline the annual Mesa County GOP Lincoln Day Dinner.
If he succeeds in his 2022 bid for re-election and carries out his full term, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) would become the longest-tenured U.S. Senator in Colorado history. The Colorado GOP is looking to prevent that from happening.
University of Colorado (CU) Regent At-Large Heidi Ganahl is ducking questions about whether she will seek re-election to the CU Board of Regents in 2022.
CU Regent Chance Hill believes the University of Colorado’s vaccine requirement for on-campus students, faculty, and staff is a bad idea, and he says he’s not the only Regent who thinks so.
During a radio appearance Saturday, CU Regent Heidi Ganahl opposed Joe Biden’s proposal to expand access to higher education for millions of Americans by offering tuition-free community college.