Tag Archives: Republican

Decision Expected Soon On Consequences For Baumgardner

Multiple outlets are reporting that a decision is expected soon on potential punishment for Colorado State Senator Randy Buamgardner, concerning recent sexual harassment allegations. Baumgardner is accused of grabbing the rear end of a woman while she was working as a legislative intern at the State Capitol in 2016. Baumgardner has denied any wrong Continue reading

Three Way Race For MOCO Commissioner

The race for Moffat County Commissioner district 3 is now a three way race, after Donald Broom announced his intent to run last week. Broom, who is the general manager of Sombrero Ranches, is running as a Republican. He will take on Tom Mathers, who also Continue reading

GOP Gubernatorial Candidate In Carbon County

Republican candidate for Governor Harriet Hageman will be in the Little Snake River Valley today to talk to voters. Hageman will discuss her vision and how she plans to protect Wyoming’s citizens and economy from federal overreach. She will attend three events today, starting at Continue reading

Voters Must Declare Affiliation To Caucus

Today is the deadline for Colorado voters to declare their affiliation, in order to participate in this years Republican or Democrat caucuses. Voters must declare their affiliation by midnight tonight in order to participate in the caucuses Continue reading

Sexual Harassment Complaint Filed Against Baumgardner

A formal sexual harassment complaint, for inappropriate touching, has been filed against Republican state Senator Randy Baumgardner by a former legislative intern. According to the radio station KUNC, the woman alleges that Continue reading

CO Hospital Association Opposes Obamacare Repeal

The Colorado Hospital Association has come out in opposition against the Graham-Cassidy bill that would repeal and replace Obamacare, which is currently being considered in the United States Senate. Colorado Hospital Association President Steven Summer says the bill has the Continue reading

Study Finds Potential Voter Fraud

A study which examined 11.5 million voter records in five states, including Colorado, uncovered 112 instances of possible improper voting, which occurred in the 2016 presidential election. Ten people who voted in Colorado are suspected of casting two Continue reading

CO Officials React To Trump Transgender Military Ban

Reaction from Colorado elected officials over President Trump’s decision yesterday to bar transgender people from serving in the military was swift and mostly bi-partisan. Republican Ken Buck who has been an adamant supporter of the president said in a statement, that any American who is physically and emotionally qualified should be allowed to serve. He added, that America needs a military comprised of patriots willing to Continue reading

Tipton Votes To Repeal And Replace Obama Care

The American Health Care Act, the Republican legislation aimed at repealing and replacing Obama Care, was approved yesterday by the US House of Representatives. Colorado Congressman Scott Tipton was part of the Republican contingent that voted for the bill. Tipton says that the Affordable Care Act or Obama Care is broken, so he could no longer stand Continue reading

UPDATE: Bennet and Gardner Talk Gorsuch Confirmation

The US Senate voted today to confirm Colorado Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Gorsuch’s confirmation was extremely partisan, with Republican Senators invoking the Nuclear Option yesterday to prevent Democrats from filibustering the nomination.  The Nuclear Option allowed Gorsuch to be confirmed by a simple majority vote. While Democrat Michael Bennet did not support his party’s filibuster of the Continue reading

Wyoming To Look At Gender Wage Gap

Wyoming lawmakers want to know why the state has the largest discrepancy in pay between woman and men. According to US Census Bureau data, Wyoming ranked 51st of all the states and Washington, D.C., in equality of men’s and women’s wages, with Continue reading

Trump Should Win Vote In NW Colorado

VOTE.2-300Election Day is Tuesday.  If Wild West Radio’s non-scientific presidential poll is any indication, Donald Trump should easily win the vote in Northwest Colorado. 88% of those who responded to the poll, said that they support the Republican nominee for President. This compared to only 6% of respondents Continue reading