Stopping juveniles from getting gender-affirming surgery or medical treatment has become a focus of Colorado GOP Chair Dave Williams and right-wing Republicans across the country
Williams has reported working 40 hours most weeks since he started his aide job in February, including after he was elected to lead the Colorado Republican Party in March
By hiring former President Trump’s co-conspirator to represent Colorado’s state party, Williams demonstrated just how far he would go to destroy our system of government
The amendment was part of a push by the far right to block Colorado’s roughly 2 million unaffiliated voters from helping select Republicans’ general election candidates
State chair Dave Williams continues to work on banning unaffiliated voters, including all those GOP leaners, from participating in Republican primaries
Closing Colorado’s Republican primaries has been a major objective of the far right
Cartoonist Jim Morrissey wonders where the party’s new leadership will find workers amid reports that employees haven’t been paid recently.
The newly elected party chair is mum on whether the state GOP has employees or is just using volunteers. It’s the first time in at least 20 years the party hasn’t paid anyone.
After dying with the last election, the Colorado GOP is now just a horror show troupe wandering aimlessly in the political landscape
Williams, a former state lawmaker, has offered his opponents in the party chair race, including indicted former Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters, official roles in the Colorado Republican Party