While canvassing a neighborhood in Pueblo Colorado for Pueblo United For Angela, a volunteer was arrested on a failure to appear warrant which may be related to a domestic violence charge. Elric Franco went door to door in the 1600 block of Bunker Hill located in the east side neighborhood of Pueblo and asked residents who had signed the petition to recall Colorado State Senator Angela to rescind their signatures.
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 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.
Sen. Morse Claims to Fight Outside Interest Groups While Outside Interest Groups Fund Pro Morse Campaign
While embattled Colorado Senate President John Morse claimed “we cannot allow outside interest groups to determine what is best for Colorado”, campaign finance reports tell a different story. A Whole Lot of People for John Morse, an issue committee set up to defend Morse in a recall election, received its largest donation from a 501(c)(4) based in Washington D.C. and retained the services of Chicago and D.C. consultants and pollsters, according to the latest campaign finance reports filed today.
The Colorado Senate Democrats responded to Colorado Sheriffs who have challenged the constitutionality of two gun control measures passed during the last legislative session, by openly stating that the law enforcement officers, elected by the people, stand with criminals.
State Senator John Morse (D-Colorado Springs), who has been targeted for recall due to his votes to restrict the 2nd Amendment, spent campaign funds at a Colorado Springs store which offers “relaxing, ergonomically correct products to relieve stress throughout the day and help those with back pain.”
Aurora Sentinel Editor Dave Perry recently penned an article calling the NRA and its members terrorists, true to a past statement that he has “long been a proponent of putting down people.” In a vicious display of anti-2nd Amendment rhetoric, Perry wrote, “Send the guilty monsters directly to Guantanamo Bay for all eternity and let them rot in their own mental squalor.”
The 69th Session of the Colorado Legislature ends tomorrow, barring the need for a special session. Throughout the session, which has seen the passage of regressive gun control legislation, a costly school finance overhaul, same day voter registration, and the revelation that the Colorado Energy Office had not properly accounted for $252 million, there have […]
A bill just introduced in the Colorado legislature would allow voter registration through Election Day, beginning July 1 of this year. The legislation, which was drafted by Common Cause, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), America Votes, and various other left-wing organizations, contains provisions similar to fraud-plagued election policies in the […]