Colorado Republican Party
Nicolais: Why I’m an ex-RINO still caught in No Man’s Land
We're stuck with a political system that does not work for most Coloradans, and there's little hope for centrists and moderates
Kristi Burton Brown elected as next Colorado GOP chair, vows to bring “a new generation of leadership”
Burton Brown was serving as the vice chair of the state party. She got her start in politics as an anti-abortion advocate.
4 of the 5 candidates running to lead the Colorado GOP are still casting doubt on the 2020 election results
Unfounded allegations of fraud in last year's presidential election have become a main focus in the battle to replace outgoing Colorado GOP Chair Ken Buck
Littwin: How is it possible that so many Colorado Republicans say they don’t want the coronavirus vaccine?
It’s stunning, but not surprising, that only 29% of registered state Republicans tell pollsters they want the vaccine. National polling shows 75% of Republicans believe the 2020 election was stolen.
Littwin: Lauren Boebert is doing all she can, but she just can’t keep up with Marjorie Taylor Greene
Greene’s “Jewish space lasers” has gone viral. Boebert, meanwhile, is in a Twitter war with Parkland’s gun-safety activist David Hogg, whom Greene had already stalked.
Ken Buck says he will not challenge Michael Bennet in 2022 Senate race
The Windsor Republican announced his decision in a tweet
Nicolais: Principle and compromise – the time has come for Colorado Republicans
Colorado Republicans in the minority at the legislature could be more than just an opposition. They can chart a path forward.
7 ways Joe Biden’s presidency may quickly affect Colorado
A $1.9 trillion emergency coronavirus relief bill, environmental policies and Trump’s decision on where to locate U.S. Space Command are among the initiatives that could have big local impact
Littwin: As if state GOP didn’t have problems enough, now there’s Patrick Neville doxxing reporters
It’s not just about so-called fake news. It’s an abuse of power from a party leader. The question is whether the state GOP will do anything about it.
Littwin: Ken Buck says he won’t run again for GOP chair, but what will he run for?
Republicans have to find someone to run against both Bennet and Polis in 2022. Given the state of the Colorado GOP, it looks like they’re going to need a search party.
Nicolais: No, Republicans, everything is not awesome
The Republican Party’s failure to engage post-election analysis is worthy of a cartoon movie
Ken Buck will not seek another term as Colorado GOP chairman
Buck, who lives in Windsor, was elected to the position for a two-year term in 2019
Colorado GOP dismisses concerns about fraud at its caucuses. But one leader calls it a whitewashed report.
A special commission found more problems at the party caucuses in Weld County than previously known, but argued none of it amounted to criminal behavior
Colorado is expected to certify its election results soon — and without controversy
A recount in a district attorney race is the outstanding step before the book closes on the 2020 election and the Electoral College meets Dec. 14
Nicolais: Jeffco GOP stance on certification undermines its future relevancy
While careful to avoid alleging fraud, a recent Jeffco GOP email confirms its appeasement to conspiracy theorists
Nicolais: Grand Trump Party likely to sabotage any plans to revitalize Colorado’s GOP
Between the likely long-term presence of Donald Trump on the national stage and Lauren Boebert at a congressional level, turning the page may be impossible
Where do Colorado Republicans go from here?
No Republican running statewide has won more than 45% of the vote in the past two election cycles. Conservatives think Donald Trump is a big factor, but there's also broad agreement the party has a messaging problem, too.
How high will the blue wave crest in Colorado? Democrats are predicting big wins once again.
The 3rd Congressional District and a handful of state legislative races will offer clues about the state’s partisan direction after the 2020 election
Democrats dominate campaign fundraising and spend big to build majority in the Colorado legislature
A Republican leadership rift is hurting fundraising and one lawmaker blames a “serious strategic error” for some of the troubles
Littwin: If Gardner loses, where does that leave Colorado’s already troubled Republican Party?
If Gardner had a bipartisan record, he might have been in better shape as Coloradans vote in record numbers. And there’s at least one photo he would rather take back.