Colorado Republicans are standing chest-deep in blue water that crashed here in November.
Former State Sen. Tim Neville (R-Littleton) blames his loss in November’s election, in part, on “some of the worst execution” he’s seen by fellow Republicans who ran separate campaigns in support of Neville.
A letter penned by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper was sent to Adams County voters last week, asking them to “ignore the misleading and negative ads” about Democrat Faith Winter, who’s running for a state senate seat.
It’s past time for reporters to start asking more key Colorado candidates where they stand on Trump.
Republican state senate candidate Christine Jensen of Wheat Ridge has repeatedly refused to tell voters where she stands on Trump.
Walker Stapleton’s “complete and total endorsement” this week by Trump came as a surprise, in part because other Colorado candidates, who’ve also backed Trump, did not get the President’s kiss of approval.
Candidate For Attorney General Is Now More Skeptical Of Laws Allowing Guns To Be Taken From Dangerous People
The Republican candidate for Colorado attorney general, George Brauchler, is now more skeptical than he was this spring of legislation allowing law enforcement officials to ask the courts for permission to take guns from people deemed to pose a significant risk to themselves or others.
A leading Colorado anti-abortion group is promoting a cartoon deemed so racist that it was banned by the national anti-choice group that commissioned it 30 years ago. Colorado Campaign for Life (CCFL) shared the cartoon, which compares a slave to a fetus, on its Facebook page Monday:
CO Lawmakers Are Using an Iowa Woman’s Death To Push Their Anti-Immigrant Agenda. The Victim’s Family Wants None of It.
Colorado lawmakers are joining the nationwide chorus of conservatives who are seizing on the death of an Iowa woman who was allegedly killed by an undocumented immigrant to push the false narrative that immigrants make communities less safe and to advocate for tougher immigration laws.