Nineteen residents from around the Grand Valley, including Mesa County Valley District 51 School Board President Andrea Haitz and fellow school board member Angela Lema – attended the “save our schools” workshop held Thursday, August 26 at a Grand Junction hotel. Schindler presented the workshop on behalf of Heritage Action for America.
After She Called for Indicted Election Official to End Campaign, CO Republican Party Chair Urged To Resign by GOP Leader
Following calls by Colorado Republican executive officers for Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters to suspend her statewide campaign for Secretary of State in response to a ten-count indictment filed against her, members of the GOP State Executive and State Central Committees are criticizing the move as a violation of neutrality in primary campaigns, and at least one is urging the GOP chair, Kristi Burton Brown, to resign or be removed from her position.
A Mesa County grand jury has indicted Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters on 10 counts and Deputy Clerk Belinda Knisley on 6 counts related to an investigation into allegations of election equipment tampering and official misconduct.
Two 16-year-old Palisade High School students — Maya McDaniel and Charlotte Allen — thanked school board members at the Feb. 15 Mesa County Valley School District 51 Board of Education meeting for not firing school Superintendent Diana Sirko, Assistant Superintendent Brian Hill, and the director of equity and inclusion, Tracy Gallegos.
Mesa County School Board’s New ‘Conservative Bloc’ Proposes Replacing Legal Counsel Without Consulting Other Members
While Mesa County Valley School Board’s three new members – Andrea Haitz, Angela Lema, and Will Jones – ran as a “conservative bloc” and talked about the need for transparency during their campaigns, the trio has been less than transparent regarding one of their first items of business since being sworn in November 30.
GOP Candidate for CO Gov Explains His Support for Mesa County Clerk & His Belief that the Truth About Prez Election May Never Be Known
Greg Lopez, a Colorado GOP gubernatorial candidate looking to unseat Democrat Jared Polis in 2022, addressed the crowd at a Dec. 1 rally on the steps of the Grand Junction Old Courthouse, announcing his support for embattled Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters and conservative activist and fellow-election fraud conspiracist Sherronna Bishop following FBI searches of their homes as part of investigations into election security breaches.
Mesa County says it has the backup files claimed to be lost
Photos: FBI Searches Colorado Homes of Conspiracist County Clerk and Former Boebert Campaign Manager
Photos posted today to the conservative social media platform Telegram show law enforcement officers including the FBI executing a search warrant yesterday at the Grand Junction residence of Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters, who is under criminal investigation for her role in the release of confidential 2020 election data to a QAnon-linked blog.
Tuesday’s election results from across Colorado highlighted nationwide trends of increased partisan involvement in local races for school board seats, the latest battleground in the culture wars playing out in school board meetings and public debate around district policies and curriculum.
Cindy Ficklin, a Grand Junction realtor and conservative activist who is now running for the Colorado House of Representatives, believes that by listening to people and fighting for constitutional rights, she can bring the people of Mesa County together. She also believes that a small group of billionaires including George Soros and the Rothschild family may secretly control global banking and are pushing to subjugate America under a “New World Order.”