Ken Buck and the Colorado Republican Party are inviting supporters to a fundraising luncheon next Wednesday featuring Republican National Committee co-chair Tommy Hicks, Jr., who’s been linked to two Ukrainian men arrested last week for illegally funneling foreign money to U.S. candidates and political committees.
The leader of the Adams County Republican Party Independent Expenditure Committee says U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) isn’t really liked in Adams County.
Colorado Congressman Ken Buck continued to launch head-turning attacks on the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry, telling a Denver talk show host last week that Jerry Nadler, the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, “just doesn’t have a grip on how to run a committee.”
WASHINGTON — During a combative hearing Wednesday on how to end the gun violence epidemic in the United States, Congressman Joe Neguse, a Boulder Democrat, said “assault weapons have no place in civilian hands,” while, at the same hearing, Republican Congressman Ken Buck, of northern Colorado, said the AR-15 is needed to kill “predators that are trying to disturb individuals, or trying to kill chickens or disturbing agriculture in some way.”
Speaking to Fox News host Tucker Carlson last night, Congressman Ken Buck, who also serves as Chair of the Colorado Republican Party, claimed “[Democrats] certainly see urban America as a critical constituency, and there is much sympathy in urban America for some gang members.”
Asked this week by a conservative radio host about the impeachment of Trump, U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) said the president has done nothing wrong except “trigger the sensibilities of a bunch of very soft people.”
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) has yet to announce plans for public meetings during his August “corner to corner” tour of Colorado, but plans have been revealed on Facebook for Gardner to speak at two fundraising events.
State Rep. Susan Beckman of Littleton, who lost an election by fewer than 10 votes to lead the Colorado Republican Party, has issued a detailed report calling the GOP voting process “troubling” and marred by “flagrant abuse” of rules and expected election practices.
Local broadcast news faces a challenge when covering politics–how to distill complex topics into brief segments that rarely run longer than four minutes?
At last weekend’s Colorado Republican Central Committee meeting, Senator Cory Gardner gave Congressman Ken Buck such a full-throated endorsement that his voice almost cracked.