With election-conspiracist Republicans having a real chance of winning in key swing states across the country, GOP Senate candidate Joe O’Dea jumped on right-wing radio Friday to say, “The only threat to democracy is Biden and Bennet and the agenda that they put in place that’s suppressing all of us here.”
With three weeks until the election, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joe O’Dea, Republican gubernatorial candidate Heidi Ganahl, and Republican Attorney General candidate John Keller all held campaign events in Colorado Springs this weekend.
During an interview Tuesday with Marty Lenz on KOA radio, U.S. Senate candidate Joe O’Dea claimed he hasn’t changed his position on abortion since launching his campaign.
O’Dea Endorsed by Group That Supported Privatizing Social Security While Saying He Will Protect Benefits
A new advertisement released last week from Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joe O’Dea included a quote from 60 Plus, the American Association of Senior Citizens, stating that O’Dea will protect Social Security and Medicare.
Brian Peotter has a message for pro-Trump, “liberty-minded” Republicans in Colorado: “This November, tell Washington that you care more about principles than power. The Republican can’t win anyway! Don’t throw away your vote — use it to send a message.”
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joe O’Dea has added a section to his campaign website claiming that U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet’s advertisement stating that O’Dea “supports reducing Medicare and Social Security benefits,” is a “false attack.”
During a Republican U.S. Senate candidate forum in February, Denver businessman and U.S. Senate candidate Joe O’Dea said he had friends who attended January 6, characterized it as a “rally,” and compared participants to those who took part in nationwide police brutality protests that occurred during the summer of 2020.
U.S. Senate hopeful Joe O’Dea took some flack for his decision to attend an NRSC fundraiser tonight in Miami alongside a trio of election deniers: Arizona’s Blake Masters, Adam Laxalt from Nevada, and Ohioan J.D. Vance. As it turns out, however, one of his biggest local donors also believes in the Big Lie.
At Colorado Republican Party fundraiser in Weld County last month, 17 candidates posed together for a picture, standing in front of “Meet Our Candidates” signs listing all their names. U. S. Senate candidate Joe O’Dea, the most prominent contender of the group, appeared on one end, smiling broadly, his right arm behind his fellow GOP candidate Stephanie Wheeler, who is running for a Denver statehouse seat.