“The Left is attempting to cancel an important voice for liberty — The Epoch Times newspaper,” wrote Colorado Congressman Ken Buck in a fundraising email today, spotlighting Buck’s claim that The Epoch Times had its U.S. House Gallery press credentials revoked.
Like it or not, social media accounts are an indispensable component of all professional communications, but especially for elected officials, who can share their message without having to go through reporters. As a rule, the more attention the better. More followers mean a bigger megaphone to talk directly to constituents.
Freezing weather didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of the 60 or so Trump supporters who gathered outside Colorado’s Capitol today to support a group that claims China rigged the election and predicts the U.S. will go to war against the Asian nation.
After partnering with the new conservative organization FEC United during the election season, Colorado Republicans are now forced to choose sides between their own party’s officials and the conspiracy theorist leader of the grassroots group, Joe Oltmann.
Casper Stockham, the Republican who lost to U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-CO) by a 63% to 37% margin, is blaming the Colorado GOP and for refusing to allow much-needed money to flow to his campaign.
After months of intra-party disputes spilling into the press, El Paso County Republican leaders reached an agreement with one another and with state party chair Congressman Ken Buck to work together to elect GOP candidates and to play nice in the media.
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) has made national headlines after an interview with Fox News to vocalize his opposition against the House Democrats’ recent bill, the Delivering for America Act, which would provide $25 billion in additional funding to the U.S. Postal Service, designed in part to prevent restrictions and delays in Postal Service operations.
In a radio interview over the weekend, U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) drew a comparison between the Republican Party’s support for the abolition of slavery during the 19th century and current opposition to mask mandates.
Following the lead of Trump administration officials and campaign staff, several Colorado Republicans are joining the conservative social media site Parler, which is best known for allowing users to post misinformation or extreme statements typically blocked by Twitter or Facebook.
Like most political ads, Weld Strong’s video attacking state Rep. Perry Buck (R-Windsor) doesn’t pull any punches. Calling her an “empty seat in the state legislature,” the narrator says she has “no accomplishments” as an elected official and that while in office she was merely “waiting for her next job as Weld County Commissioner.”