Bandimere Speedway ‘Stop The COVID Chaos’ Rally Draws Large Crowd
The owners of Bandimere Speedway in Morrison held what they called a “Stop the COVID Chaos” rally Tuesday night to protest measures by Gov. Jared Polis and Jefferson County Public Health intended to slow the spread of coronavirus. Despite statewide requirements to cap crowds at 175 people for outdoor events, hundreds of people filled the bleachers of the Colorado race track during the rally, many of whom were not wearing masks. There were signs encouraging social distancing as well as hand washing stations, and every other row of the bleachers was roped off.
Colorado GOP joins Trump in raising specter of voter fraud
Colorado’s Republican Party has joined President Donald Trump’s national effort to cast doubts on the integrity of the upcoming election, seizing this week on a misleading and since-retracted local news report suggesting impropriety at the Democrat-controlled Secretary of State’s Office.
GUEST COLUMN: Those in the country illegally will benefit from new legislation
Colorado Springs Gazette
For the past several months, Coloradans have focused on keeping their jobs, their homes, and their health care in the midst of the pandemic mayhem. But thanks to ruling Democrats in the Colorado House and Senate, one group stands to prosper from the mayhem — those in our country illegally.
State Rep. Dave Williams writes to the governor: Are you ready for some football?
State Rep. Dave Williams was fired up about high school football Saturday when he wrote a letter to Gov. Jared Polis.
The Republican lawmaker from Colorado Springs attended a mask-optional church gathering outdoors Saturday, he wrote. He said afterward it was time to loosen the restraints on high school football in the time of COVID-19.