During last week’s meeting of the Colorado Republican Party’s Executive Committee, Chairwoman Kristi Burton Brown provided an assessment of the midterm elections and heard a grievance from El Paso County Republican Party Chairwoman Vickie Tonkins.
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At least 100 angry Republicans gathered in a parking lot outside their state party headquarters in Greenwood Village yesterday, calling for the ousting of Kristi Burton Brown, the leader of Colorado’s Republican Party, and other state party officers. Their plan? Old-fashioned intra-party organizing: flood the local party meetings with MAGA Republicans, push as many as possible into delegate positions, and vote out Brown and the rest of the old guard.
After a federal district court dismissed a lawsuit by Republican activists to close primary elections due to lack of standing of the complainants, attorney John Eastman is threatening to sue the Colorado Republican Party party to force it to join the lawsuit in order to revive it, with the hope of ultimately barring unaffiliated voters from participating in future GOP primaries.
Following Saturday’s chaotic and combative GOP state assembly in Colorado Springs, Congressman Ken Buck (R-Colorado) said the GOP delegates who choose far-right extremist candidates “are not making rational decisions,” but rather are angry about “American weakness.”
Following allegations of election fraud, abuse of power, and broken bylaws at last weekend’s Colorado Republican state assembly, some GOP activists and candidates are calling for Chairwoman Kristi Burton Brown to step down.
Colorado GOP Chair Kristi Burton Brown claims Republican election watchers can ignore the required Secretary of State training course that all designated poll watchers are required by law to complete before monitoring elections.
Colorado GOP chair Kristi Burton Brown says selecting a venue for this Saturday’s Republican state assembly forced her to make a difficult choice between two evils for principled conservatives: banning guns or having to share vaccine status.
A list of proposed resolutions for the Colorado GOP’s upcoming State Assembly, set to take place this Saturday, includes a statement that claims Russia’s invasion of Ukraine shows the necessity that American civilians be armed.
Colorado Republicans announced conspiracist Congressman Andy Biggs (R-AZ) as the keynote speaker for their annual fundraising dinner next week in Colorado Springs.