Category: Elections

Drop off your ballots after today (Tuesday, October 30)

ALERT! Republican voters,   If you have not dropped off or mailed your ballot as of today (Tuesday, October 30, you will need to DROP THEM OFF to ensure they arrive in time to be counted. Please remind your friends, family and co-workers to VOTE RED and drop off your ballots at one of the …

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Ben Shapiro: 10 Reasons to Vote Republican in November

BEN SHAPIRO, FOX NEWS HOST: The 2018 election is just 22 days away. Republicans have gained ground in the Senate over the last week. In the House, however, Republicans trail badly: a new CNN poll has Republicans down 13 points in the generic Congressional ballot, and even the more optimistic Economist poll has them down …

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Western Colorado leaders speak out against wolves in Colorado

Video produced by Big Game Forever, features Colorado State Senator Ray Scott (R-D7) and GOP candidate for House District 54, Matt Soper

FIGHTING FOR THE WESTERN SLOPE

This Saturday, October 13 FIGHTING FOR THE WESTERN SLOPE with Janice Rich (candidate D 55) and Matt Soper (candidate D 54) with State Representatives Lori Saine, Patrick Neville and Bob Rankin VICTORY 2018 HEADQUARTERS 2484 Commerce Blvd. walking/calling from 9:30-11:30 Lunch served at 11:30 and final shift at 12:30 DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS FUN …

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The Unintended Consequences of Amendment 73

Editorial by Ken Brownlee, Mesa County Assessor The Business Times Amendment 73 was designed to raise $1.6 billion for Colorado schools. But because of the unintended interaction with the Gallagher Amendment, the ballot measure would divert money from all other taxing districts to schools.    Most of the increased funding for schools proposed by Amendment …

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GOP Primary Results: Senator Scott Wins Handily Against Opponent

The Mesa County Republican Party warmly extends our congratulations to all the winners of the 2018 primary election. We appreciate the hard work of everyone involved in the primary races and hope we can all unite to flood Colorado with a Red Tsunami this November. Results below: Our D-7 State Senator, Ray Scott, won handily …

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