In what will likely be Colorado’s most competitive U.S. House race, Weld County Commissioner Lori Saine blasted two of her opponents, Thornton Mayor Jan Kulmann and former Green Beret Tyler Allcorn, for allegedly hiding their stances on Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court decision guaranteeing a person’s right to have an abortion.
Republican Steve Reams, the master of ceremonies at a GOP debate yesterday, leaped off the stage to cut off congressional candidate Lori Saine as she rushed to join the debate.
In the wake of the release of a leaked draft of a U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, two of four Republicans running for Colorado’s new congressional seat took to Facebook to denounce abortion — as well as Roe — while two were silent on their Facebook pages and other platforms.
Democrat Yadira Caraveo and Republican Tyler Allcorn raised the most campaign cash this quarter in their quest to represent Colorado’s new congressional district, assigned to the state after population increases tabulated by the 2020 Census.
Kirkmeyer Falsely Claims To Be the ‘Only’ GOP Candidate in Her Race To Campaign for Trump in 2016 & 2020
State Sen. Barbara Kirkmeyer, who’s running to represent Colorado’s new congressional district, is trying to out-Trump her fellow Republicans. She claims to have been a Trump supporter longer than any other GOP candidate in her race, but one of Kirkmeyer’s opponents, Weld County Commissioner Lori Saine, says that’s not true.
After gaining the support of an overwhelming 72.5% of Republican delegates at a GOP assembly Saturday, giving her the top-line position on the June 28 primary ballot, Weld County Commissioner Lori Saine called on her Republican opponents in the race for Colorado’s new congressional seat to “reconsider their campaigns” and “unite on Team Lori so we can crush the Democrats in November.”
At CO Congressional Forum, GOP Hopefuls Mostly Agree on Hardline Policies for Undocumented Immigrants
During a forum yesterday, Republicans running for Colorado’s new congressional seat spoke warmly about Hispanics, saying they will benefit from the GOP policies, but mostly pushed back on policies to help undocumented immigrants.
Three of four candidates who appeared at a forum yesterday for Republicans running for Colorado’s new eighth congressional seat said they would back a “patriotic education bill” — and vote to repeal Obamacare.