Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman is up in arms about homeless people coming to Aurora from Douglas County, despite saying last year that he hoped Aurora’s camping ban would result in Aurora’s unhoused population migrating from Aurora to “another community.”
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman used to say that he wants his response to homelessness to be “compassionate to the homeless and fair to taxpayers.”
In a talk radio interview Tuesday, Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman cited a “parallel” between today’s homeless crisis and the “hippie movement of the late 60s and early 70s.”
If only Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman’s proposed ban on camping in Aurora, as well as his week pretending to be homeless for a local news story, could be written off solely as a way to get his face on TV.
“I Can’t Really Speak to Them,” Says Coffman, Admitting He Didn’t Stay at Aurora Homeless Encampments
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman says you should believe him when it comes to homelessness because he spent a week on the streets last year, as seen in a local TV story.
Coffman: Reporter Wouldn’t Pretend To Be Homeless Like He Did Because ‘It Would Probably Mess Up His Hair’
On a KNUS radio show Saturday, host Jimmy Sengenberger aired a report by 9News Anchor Kyle Clark about Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman’s proposed camping ban.
The Absurdity and Heartlessness of Coffman’s Camping Ban Is Seen in His Admission That Homeless Will Simply Move Around Aurora
Right-wing radio host Dan Caplis got to the heart of the matter last week when he asked Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman what happens if homeless people ignore Coffman’s proposed camping ban and don’t relocate to Coffman’s “designated area.”
Former congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords announced her endorsement for Aurora mayoral candidate Omar Montgomery at a press conference in Aurora this weekend.
Shortly after calling Democratic Congressman Joe Neguse Boulder “another Cory Gardner,” as in a “ray of sunshine,” U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) took shots at one of his opponents in the race to be leader of the state Republican Party.
Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner’s annual Christmas party will take place at the historic Brown Palace Hotel in Denver this evening. The annual event is officially hosted by Project West PAC, a leadership political action committee chaired by Gardner.