Tuesday likely underscored a couple of key lessons for Democrats in Colorado’s massive, mostly rural 3rd Congressional District (CD3), which stretches from Pueblo to Grand Junction, leans nine points Republican, and may be up for grabs in November.
Beware of election conspiracies and pro-Trump propaganda on sale at your neighborhood Safeway store.
Conservative radio host Deborah Flora has launched a campaign for Rep. Ken Buck’s soon-to-be vacant House seat in eastern Colorado.
With Buck set to depart from U.S. Congress, let’s take a moment to look back at the Colorado Times Recorder’s coverage of him over the years.
Boebert Says She Alone Is ‘Carrying the Weight of the GOP in Colorado,’ And ‘Ken Buck Has Dropped Off the Rails’
Speaking on a livestreamed audio chat last week, Congresswoman Lauren Boebert lamented the current lack of Republican Party fundraising in Colorado and nationally. She told the hosts of an X.com Spaces chat which also featured U.S. Reps Matt Gaetz and George Santos that she is solely responsible for the Republican Party raising money in Colorado, specifically calling out her colleague (and former state GOP chair) Ken Buck.
“Pro-family” groups support seven of the eight far-right Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives who made history Oct. 3 by voting to remove Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy in a 216-210 vote.
On the day Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) lost his gavel, former Congressman Bob Beauprez expressed his frustration with House Republicans, including Rep. Ken Buck who was one of eight GOP members who voted for the unprecedented removal, in no uncertain terms, calling it political suicide.
State Rep. Richard Holtorf (R-Akron) appeared on several local conservative radio shows over the weekend, discussing the launch of his committee to explore challenging U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) in the 2024 Republican primary.
Former Congressman Tom Tancredo has identified a new thorn in the side of the Colorado Republican Party and perhaps it takes one to know one.