Friday, April 1, 2011

Colorado Political News Brief – 4.1.2011

RSCC loses another member
The Republican Study Committee of Colorado lost another member yesterday. State Rep. Kathleen Conti joined 10 other House legislators who quit earlier this week….. Read More

4 days before election, mayoral candidate’s ex-wife alleges abuse
A former wife of Steve Bach, a leading candidate in the hotly contested race for Colorado Springs mayor, claims she suffered repeated and severe beatings during their brief marriage more than 40 years ago. – Bach categorically denies the allegations….. Read More

Gessler - 12,000 non-citizens registered to vote in Colorado
Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler told the U.S. House Administration Committee, that his department’s study identified nearly 12,000 people who were not citizens but were still registered to vote in Colorado….. Read More

“Active” voters in Colorado Springs aren’t so active
With only a few days before Tuesday’s municipal election, only 28.5 percent of “active” voters — those are voters who voted in November and automatically received a ballot in the mail — have returned them….. Read More

Mejia – Hancock needs to check his facts
Denver mayoral candidate James Mejia is stopping short of calling fellow candidate Michael Hancock a liar, but is warning him to check his facts and put and end to his smear campaign….. Read More

Coffman Receives Award from U.S. Chamber
Thursday the U.S. Chamber of Commerce honored Rep. Mike Coffman (R-CD6) with its Spirit of Enterprise Award for supporting pro-business policies during the second session of the 111th Congress….. Read More

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