Grassroots activist leaders in the Colorado Republican Party have new hope in overcoming legal and financial barriers in their 5-year quest to withdraw from open primaries in Colorado, with an apparent offer of discounted legal representation in challenging the constitutionality of Proposition 108, a state law instituted by voters in 2016 that regulates how parties can choose their nominees for state elected office.
CO Conspiracist Attorney Pleads for Applicants to Replace Staff Who’ve Left His Firm Due to Its ‘Political Direction’
Colorado attorney, grassroots GOP activist, and GOP national committeeman Randy Corporon announced on his KNUS radio show last Saturday that support staff and attorneys are leaving his law firm, citing “the political direction” of the firm.
Aya Gruber, who teaches feminist law at the University of Colorado (CU), is part of a new national group, called the Academic Freedom Alliance (AFA), which consists of 200 members of academia who aim to defend the right to speak freely without fear of retaliation.
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.
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.