The majority of Coloradans didn’t elect Donald Trump, so when he won the White House, many were likely left feeling dejected and wondering what comes next. Given the massive Denver protest in the days following the election, it’s clear that many Coloradans are looking for ways to take action.
There’s a lot of talk about the “bubble” that people are living in when they engage in social media. This weekend provided a perfect example.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition, along with their partners and allies, rallied at Colorado’s capitol to demand immigration reform. Dozens filled the building’s west steps chanting “si se puede” (yes we can) and “stand up fight back.”
In light of GOP vice presidential nominee Mike Pence’s visit to Loveland, CO, Wednesday, four leading Colorado Democrats released statements urging Coloradans not to vote for Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump. They highlighted Trump’s “hateful and divisive” rhetoric as a key reason why Coloradans should cast their ballots for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton instead.
The Outdoor Industry Association, along with 77 Colorado businesses, penned an open letter stating the need to elect leaders who plan on combating climate change.
If you’ve been tracking ousted Jeffco school board member Julie Williams, you know she’s been keeping her hand in politics with occasional salvos on Facebook.
After a tape in which Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump makes offensive comments about women was released on Friday, some of Colorado’s Republican congressional delegation, including U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, withdrew support.
I definitely wouldn’t want my children interacting online with disgraced former Jefferson County School-board member Julie Williams, who apparently considers teaching kids it’s OK to be LGBTQ as worse than presidential candidate Donald Trump talking about using his power to abuse women sexually.
I’ve previously chronicled the various positions of Colorado Republicans on Trump, but this time I ran into problems categorizing their stances. As you’ll see below, there’s Never Trump, Dumped Trump, Maybe Trump, Love Trump, and many more.
State Sen. Vicki Marble (R-Ft. Collins) seems a little unclear of the purpose of elections. Yes, Vicki, it is to “judge” the candidates, but considering your candidate infamously bragged about using his power to sexually assault women, I can see why you wouldn’t want people to judge him—or you for that matter.