Neither fire nor flood could stop Colorado Republicans from traveling to Grand Junction last Saturday to see Congresswoman Lauren Boebert and her colleague Jim Jordan (R-OH) co-headline the annual Mesa County GOP Lincoln Day Dinner.
U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) and U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) attended a Mesa County Republicans fundraiser, Saturday, July 24, at the Grand Junction Convention Center, where both were slated to speak at the annual Lincoln Day Dinner that evening. Boebert was also invited to speak at Faith Heights Church the following morning during its Sunday service.
Those who follow U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert’s (R-CO) presence on social media know that she often propagates stories and links from news outlets across the right-wing spectrum, from those as mainstream as Fox News to more extreme organizations like Breitbart.
Days before the November Election Day, U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) refused to say whether she would support dismantling Obamacare, saying she would wait and “see what happens when I get to Congress.”
For months, Republicans in Colorado have been touting a “Contract for Colorado,” slated for public release in August, that’s intended to restore the state party to relevance after a 20-year trend of losing legislative majorities in the Colorado House and Colorado Senate and failing to sustain control of statewide offices.
A group of about 150 Mesa County residents cheered as Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert walked up the steps of the old Mesa County Courthouse in Grand Junction, where the group Stand For The Constitution (SFTC) hosted a July 4 “freedom rally” immediately following Grand Junction’s Independence Day parade.
Colorado Sens. Michael Bennet (D-CO) and John Hickenlooper (D-CO) are calling for an end to legal discrimination against LGBTQ+ members at a federal level. But after the House passed the Equality Act earlier this year, its future in the Senate remains uncertain at best.
“People judge you by the company you keep.”
U.S. Rep Lauren Boebert (R-CO) appeared on the Steffan Tubbs Show Monday. There, she chatted with radio host and conspiracy theorist Randy Corporon about the problems Republicans face in today’s political sphere.
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You have to agree with the leader of Colorado’s Republican Party when she says people think Republicans are white and mean–and this creates problems for them when it comes to winning elections.