The court ruled Monday that Lamborn’s re-election campaign didn’t collect enough valid voter signatures to make the party’s June 26 primary.
Colorado’s Supreme Court has ruled that six-term Republican U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn didn’t qualify for his party’s primary.
The Secretary of State’s office announced Robinson did not collect enough signatures to qualify onto the ballot.
Colorado gubernatorial candidate Doug Robinson speaks at the Western Conservative Summit, July 22, 2017. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)
The Secretary of State’s office confirmed Robinson’s campaign has filed a lawsuit against them. It will likely be assigned to a judge on Wednesday. Update, Tuesday, April 24:
The Colorado governor’s race is growing tighter as the June primary date approaches. And right now, no candidate is feeling the squeeze more than Republican Doug Robinson. Earlier:
Sen. Gardner has his own marijuana legislation coming soon. Mayor Hancock hopes the country can follow Denver’s lead. Here’s what other Colorado elected officials are saying.
U.S. Senator Cory Gardner. The 2018 Republican State Assembly on the campus of the University of Colorado Boulder, April 14, 2018. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on Friday announced a plan to decriminalize cannabis at the federal level, sparking a mixture of reactions among Colorado legislators and elected officials.
Michell and Robinson were the only two GOP candidates who were awaiting news about their petitions.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Robinson speaks at the Colorado Health Institute’s Hot Issues in Health conference, Dec. 8, 2017. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)
Businessman Doug Robinson is the latest casualty in Colorado’s governor race after the Secretary of State’s office said Friday he failed to earn enough signatures to petition onto the June GOP primary.
Meanwhile, Castle Rock businessman Victor Mitchell has reason to celebrate after the Secretary of State’s office said he successfully petitioned onto the primary ballot.
The changes heard in the House Finance Committee would nix a GOP plan to offer more public workers a defined contribution plan.
Colorado House of Representatives, March 15, 2017. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)
Colorado House Democrats are offering a counterproposal to a Republican plan to shore up the state pension, whose unfunded debts total at least $32 billion.
The changes being heard in the House Finance Committee Monday would nix a GOP plan to offer more public workers a defined contribution plan.