With a fight brewing over who will be the next chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC), Trump lawyer and evangelical activist Harmeet Dhillon has thrown her hat in the ring – and she seems to have the early support of Colorado’s GOP National Committeeman, Randy Corporon.
Three years ago Chuck Bonniwell was fired from his radio gig after joking on-air that the Trump impeachment hearing was so boring, “it makes you wish for a nice school shooting.”
With less than two weeks to go before Election Day, most candidates are furiously knocking doors, trying to turn out every last voter they can reach. Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert, who according to recent polls, has a dwindling lead in a race that wasn’t expected to be close, flew to Mar-A-Lago with her family and friends for a visit — presumably a fundraiser — with former President Donald Trump.
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.
Unaffiliated voters will be able to participate in Colorado’s primaries in June after a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit from Republicans seeking to prevent the group from voting.
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.
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.
Appearing on conservative talk radio station KLZ 56O-AM on Friday with host Kim Monson, former Trump attorney John Eastman said that the lawsuit he expects to file for the Colorado Republican Party against the state of Colorado to challenge the state’s open primary law will not impact this year’s primary elections, so unaffiliated voters can join Republicans in selecting the GOP nominees for November’s general election.
Attorney John Eastman, the architect of former President Trump’s failed attempt to have Vice President Mike Pence block the certification of the 2020 presidential election results, is looking for donations — apparently targeting Christians in particular — to fund his legal fights, including his lawsuit against the University of Colorado (CU) and the state of Colorado
Colorado’s Republican National Committeeman Randy Corporon announced on his KNUS radio show Saturday that he and John Eastman, the embattled Trump attorney and plaintiff in a lawsuit against the University of Colorado, will announce on Friday their filing of a new lawsuit against the state of Colorado over the voter-approved constitutional statute mandating open primary elections for the two major parties.