Friday, November 17, 2023

KOA RADIO: Tuesday’s Election Revives Conservatives

Colorado legislature at the Colorado CapitolLawmakers in the Senate work during a special session of the Colorado legislature at the Colorado Capitol in Denver on Friday, Nov. 17, 2023. (Photo by Hyoung Chang/The Denver Post)

KOA’s Marty Lentz and Jeana Gondek interviewed me on the Colorado Election results.


  1. Governor Polis and the Democratic legislature suffered major damage to their credibility with the massive loss of Prop. HH.

    Taxes will now be a big issue in the next session. A special session is possible (has been called) but will be hard to manage. The issue rallied the Republican Party. Former Governor Owens, pillar of the establishment, helped the opposition and spoke at their victory party.

  2. Crime is on the Colorado agenda. Mayor Coffman won a decisive victory in Aurora campaigning as “tough on crime.”

    The Denver School Board was swept from office, accused of not prioritizing student safety and being dysfunctional. The momentum for change was so strong all 7 members, not just 3, would have been removed if they had been on the ballot.


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1 comment:

Dave Barnes said...

Voters will not be voting in October 2024 based upon Prop HH.
It will be 100% about the danger of the G卐Per positions