Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner’s campaign appears to have been forced to do some rapid-response clean up in response to a statement by President Trump this morning about a Trump-Gardner fundraising event.
Even before the president took the stage, the noise level inside Colorado Springs’ Broadmoor Arena was deafening. When he finally emerged, clapping slowly as he walked out from behind the blue stage draping, the roar was deafening.
A new tracking poll shows both an increase in enthusiasm for voting among Coloradan Latinos and a distinct preference for presumed Democratic senate candidate John Hickenlooper over incumbent Republican Sen. Cory Gardner.
Conservative talk radio hosts Chuck Bonniwell and Julie Hayden, and conservative activist/talk radio host Karen Kataline, went on the air Monday to express their disapproval of the “effeminate country club Republicanism” of Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO), by comparing him to Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT).
Ken Buck and the Colorado Republican Party are inviting supporters to a fundraising luncheon next Wednesday featuring Republican National Committee co-chair Tommy Hicks, Jr., who’s been linked to two Ukrainian men arrested last week for illegally funneling foreign money to U.S. candidates and political committees.
Colorado Legislator Agrees His “Civil War” Post Could Incite Violence, Says He’ll Be More Mindful In Future
Late last Sunday evening, President Trump tweeted the ominous warning that removing him from office “will cause a Civil War like fracture.”
Republican Christine Jensen is running for a Jefferson County state senate seat that will likely determine whether Democrats control Colorado government. And she has no public position on President Donald Trump.
It’s past time for reporters to start asking more key Colorado candidates where they stand on Trump.
Asked yesterday if he thinks the U.S. Senate is “broken,” U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) replied, “It’s working.”