On a conservative radio show over the weekend, former Colorado lawmaker Victor Mitchell had this advice for Colorado Treasurer Walker Stapleton, who defeated Mitchell in June’s Republican primary for the right to take on Democrat Jared Polis in the Colorado governor’s race.
HOMOPHOBIA WATCH ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Conservative Talker Is Pretty Sure Polis Is Part Of “Gay Mafia” And More…
The Colorado Times Recorder will not allow homophobic attacks, implied or direct, on Democratic candidate for governor Jared Polis to fester and spread in the conservative underworld or anywhere.
If you’ve been following the Colorado Times Recorder, you know that we’ve been explaining the Colorado Secretary of State’s new rules for enforcing campaign finance laws, which allow everyday citizens to lodge official complaints with the Secretary of State.
Asked during a conservative radio interview last week whether he’d “reach out” to get “President Trump to come out and stump” for him, the Colorado Republican Party’s candidate for governor said he’d “already been in touch with the White House” and is expecting Trump to campaign with him “schedule permitting.”
On his first day as the Republican nominee for governor, Walker Stapleton agreed with a radio host when she said public preschool and full-day kindergarten programs, like Head Start, don’t work and “aren’t about learning” but rather are just “free day care.”
How YOU Can Enforce Colorado’s New Campaign Finance Rules: Secretary of State Says It’s Not His Job to Decide if Republican Candidate for Governor Broke Colorado Law
To show how the Colorado Secretary of State’s (SOS) new campaign finance rules work, I filed a real-life complaint last month alleging that Republican candidate for governor Walker Stapleton broke Colorado law by not disclosing his wife’s $30,000 salary.
UPDATE: As of late evening on July 2 the post has been deleted. The Huerfano GOP has still not replied to inquiries.
Colorado Treasurer Walker Stapleton, who’s also a candidate for governor, distanced himself from his family’s history of involvement with the Ku Klux Klan in Denver, but wouldn’t apologize on behalf of their white supremacist legacy.
How could little old you possibly make a big-ass political candidate comply with Colorado’s campaign finance and disclosure laws?