Of the 13 followers El Jefe was boasting at press time Wednesday, the only Latino sounding last names were attached to reporter types, and no further instructions en Español had been broadcast
Coffman launched the account on July 4 with a tweet celebrating Independence Day in Spanish. The new twitter account, @MiRepCoffmanCO, will be paired with a new version of Coffman’s website which according to Coffman’s office will launch later in July.
For Hizzoner Mayor Steve Hogan, one verse stands out: “Aurora is not a suburb.” If there’s room left on his stone, which really should explain that the man held elected office from around the same time the granite was formed, Quid knows Hogan would want the world to know, “There are rules, and rules should be followed or — or nothing. Follow the damn rules.”
Colorado’s political power couple, U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman and Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman, have announced they are getting a divorce
Your faithful hack is talking Philippine President Rodrgio “Snuff ‘Em” Duterte. This old codger got elected by promising to kill thousands of criminals to make his country safer, although human rights watchers say “criminals” are often just drug addicts and homeless street children. What’s scarier than a despot who kills kids
Former Sen. Mark Udall announced his support for Crow and his first bid for elected office. Crow is the only Democrat to officially announce his bid for the Democratic nomination to challenge Coffman, although there is speculation more Democrats could throw their hat into the ring before primary season begins next year.
Many Colorado politicians were quick to respond, including Rep. Mike Coffman who issued a somewhat neutral response to Trump’s decision, talking about a desire to reduce pollution without mention of climate change. Unsurprisingly, Sen. Michael Bennet, along with other state Democrats, slammed the decision, calling it a blow both to the environment and to the country’s ability to conduct diplomacy moving forward.
Aurora Rep. Mike Coffman (R-Aurora) and Democrat Rep. Diana DeGette (D-Denver) are sponsors of a bill that would protect a state’s right to legalize marijuana while the federal government classifies it as a Schedule 1 drug. The “Respect States and Citizens’ Rights Act of 2017” bill is a rehash of a similar bill Coffman and DeGette sponsored in 2012 after Colorado voted to legalize marijuana.
Coffman released a statement Thursday morning explaining his “no” vote on the American Health Care Act hours before the Republican-backed plan was scheduled to go to vote. Republicans still narrowly passed the bill through the House by a 217-213 vote