#Retweet: Who had the best tweets in Colorado Politics this week?
Author: Joey Bunch - May 5, 2018 - Updated: May 5, 2018
Wow – could there be a more obvious bi-partisan solution to improve our safety as #Coloradans? #redflag #coleg #copolitics ~ thank you @AlecGarnett @colewist & so many others who worked on this common-sense solution @SheriffSpurlock @GeorgeBrauchler https://t.co/NdA8sTpQp9
— Amber McReynolds (@AmberMcReynolds) May 4, 2018
— Steve Lebsock (@RepLebsock) April 27, 2018
Really? So were @COSenDem voting for “irresponsible levels of bonding” when they sent Senate Bill-1 to the House with a strong, bipartisan, 35-0 vote? They’ll undoubtedly be surprised to hear that. #copolitics #coleg @crisantaduran https://t.co/yuEQcnjBMe
— Colorado Senate GOP (@ColoSenGOP) May 4, 2018
A politician in the year 1900 claims: “the goal is for all people to own & drive an automobile in the future.”
A horse n’ buggy industry shill replies: “The physics don’t work. This is a con on the voters. If you believe this, I have a wooden bridge to sell.”#copolitics
— Mark Olson (@hic_civis) April 29, 2018
— Vail Government (@VailGov) April 29, 2018
— Jeni Arndt (@RepJeniArndt) April 30, 2018
We’re excited to support them and their good work in the Capitol! @CollegeInCo @CoHigherEd @pettersen4co @msudenver @ColoMtnCollege @CMCPresident @FLCDurango @CUBoulder #CollegeFriday #edcolo @KimHunterReed pic.twitter.com/ZGUbjUve2D
— Tyler Mounsey (@TylerMounsey) May 4, 2018
The offices of @SenBennetCO & @SenCoryGardner partnered with @KKTV11News & @csgazette to take phone calls today from local veterans about issues they need help with. #COpolitics pic.twitter.com/TvdWtDlwJt
— Laurie Cipriano (@LaurieCipriano) May 2, 2018
— State Sen. Lucia Guzman (@SenGuzman) April 29, 2018
In disbelief that we are losing such passionate, pragmatic leaders at the @DenverPost. Your work did not just tell the stories of our people, it is a part of who Denver and Colorado are.
— Michael B. Hancock (@MayorHancock) May 5, 2018
It has been difficult for me to come to grips with – that is, tweet about – The Cannabist’s inauspicious demise, not because it’s a travesty of journalism, which it is, or because I just lost one of the best jobs in journalism, which stings.
— Alex Pasquariello (@BeingAlexP) April 28, 2018
— Leslie Herod (@leslieherod) April 30, 2018
The House removed key provisions that would have made PERA better for teachers. Limiting teachers’ options by removing the defined contribution plan is what is good for the union, but it is bad for teachers. #copolitics #reformPERA #FixSB200 #coleg pic.twitter.com/RpcSdxrKR0
— ReadyCO (@ReadyColo) May 1, 2018
C'mon @ericmwalker – this is gross, even for you.
— Tyler Sandberg (@wtylersandberg) May 4, 2018