Donald Trump is not eligible to run for president if he engaged in the Jan. 6 insurrection, no matter how aggrieved his supporters might feel about that
Columnist Mike Littwin explains how a Colorado case may hold answers to the constitutional question of whether Donald Trump’s actions surrounding January 6 disqualify him from the ballot.
In “What’d I Miss?” Ossie reacts to Myra’s explanation that efforts are underway to keep Donald Trump off the ballot in Colorado based on the 14th Amendment.
Columnist Mike Littwin points out that If Lauren Boebert is in deep trouble and Ken Buck is smashing fellow Republicans for supporting Jan. 6 rioters, all is not lost for American democracy.
Political newcomer Jeff Hurd could have a few aces up his sleeve to make the the race to face Adam Frisch closer than folks might believe
Columnist Mike Littwin notes that Georgia DA Fani Willis makes racketeering charges against Trump and 18 others — using law normally reserved for mobsters — for allegedly attempting to overturn 2020 election results.
By November, women could hold mayoral offices in four of Jefferson County’s largest municipalities. They’re a model for all of Colorado.
For decades, Trump has used his lawyers to delay court proceedings. Stalling can be an effective legal strategy for defendants.
Trump, the former and maybe future president, must be hoping that those Nixonian Watergate days are long forgotten.
The Fair Elections Fund could be tweaked, as could Denver’s election schedule. Ranked choice voting could also be on the horizon in the Mile High City.