In a “do as I say, not as I do” moment, A Whole Lot of People for John Morse, via its Colorado Recall Watch project, is reportedly using voter intimidation tactics against local citizens who signed the official petition to recall Senator Angela Giron (D-Pueblo).
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The Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday that only state officials, not citizens, have the right to defend duly enacted ballot initiatives in federal court.
In a press release today, Compass Colorado blasted the embattled State Senate President John Morse, as well as the organizations which support Morse, with attempts to intimidate and disenfranchise voters prior to the coming recall election. Morse has been targeted for recall due to key votes in the last legislative session that concerned gun control […]
The recent gun control measures approved in Colorado have already taken a toll on local individuals, businesses, and communities throughout the state. Those who work in the outdoor recreation industry, along with entire towns and counties that center around hunting and fishing, have been the first to experience the real economic effect of the new firearm regulations.
Denver Post columnist and Democratic consultant Laura Chapin attacked Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas on Twitter Tuesday morning, accusing him of being an “angry” and “self-loathing” black man.
This afternoon, Scott Gessler and the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office deemed sufficient the petition to recall the Democrat state Senator form Pueblo, Angela Giron.
The official website of gun control advocacy group Mayors Against Illegal Guns (MAIG) is hosted by the City of New York, according to publicly available web hosting records. This revelation, first reported by conservative blogger John Ekdahl on June 20, is the latest evidence of coordination between government officials and MAIG using public resources.
In an afternoon press release, the Colorado Secretary of State has verified that the effort to recall Senate President John Morse (D-SD11) will proceed.
Colorado Springs activists who were concerned with Morse’s leadership and votes in the 2013 session gathered over 16,000 signatures to initiate a recall, after a verification process conducted by the Secretary of State the total number of valid signatures was 10,137, nearly 3,000 signatures more than required.
Together for Denver’s Schools, an alleged non-partisan organization, received its top monetary donation from out-of-state New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and had to hire philanthropy experts in order to furnish the group with its volunteers.
During Colorado’s 2012-2013 General Assembly legislative session, multiple restrictive gun control measures were passed and signed into law. The legislation package, which was backed by the liberal Bloomberg group Mayors Against Illegal Guns (MAIG), is set to take effect on July 1 and includes 15 round limits on magazines, expanded background checks, firearm exchange regulation, and other new red tape implementation.