Politics

U.S. Rep. Jason Crow holds telephone town hall 

On April 25, two-term CD6 U.S. Rep. Jason Crow held a telephone town hall to answer questions from constituents. Crow opened the event by listing three committees on which he serves, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Armed Services Committee and Small Business Committee. He also chairs the Subcommittee on Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Workforce Development. …

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Former Secretary of State Wayne Williams weighs in on elections and politics 

In April 2019, Wayne Williams was elected to the Colorado Springs City Council, a job he presently holds. Before that, he was the Colorado Secretary of State from November 2014 until November 2018, when he lost his bid for re-election to the current holder of that office, Jena Griswold, in an election many have called …

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BARBWIRE BOB – A commentary/Part one: “Flashback”

I spent a grueling 12 hours Saturday April 9 attending the Republican State Assembly at the Broadmoor World Arena in Colorado Springs. It was a very educational event, sometimes frustrating, sometimes  exhilarating, laced with victory and defeat.   Overall, I witnessed  a strong slate of candidates seeking higher public office at the primary election slated …

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AG candidate John Kellner doesn’t shy away from the truth

Republican candidate for Attorney General (AG)  and current 18th Judicial District Attorney (DA) John Kellner was the featured speaker at the regular meeting of the Arapahoe County Republican Breakfast Club on April 6 at Maggiano’s DTC.  He told listeners about a 20-year-old man his office prosecuted for trying to set the Aurora Municipal Courthouse on …

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Understanding the nomination process for statewide primary candidates in Colorado

Last week, we wrote about seven candidates who were vying for the Republican nomination for United States Senate from Colorado, all hoping to challenge incumbent Democratic Senator Michael Bennet. Today, two candidates remain.  Last week, there were 18 candidates running for the Republican nomination for governor listed on the Arapahoe County GOP website. Today, two …

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