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Ernest LuningErnest LuningFebruary 14, 20177min513

Three former legislators won election to county party offices on Saturday as state Democrats and Republicans conduct their biennial reorganization meetings. Denver Democrats elected former state Rep. Mike Cerbo, D-Denver, to a two-year term as the county party’s chairman, Adams County Republicans tapped former state Rep. JoAnn Windholz, R-Commerce City, as vice chair, and El Paso County Republicans picked former state Rep. Catherine “Kit” Roupe, R-Colorado Springs, as their secretary.



Colorado PoliticsColorado PoliticsFebruary 17, 20163min271

This is in response to a Feb. 9 Colorado Statesman article about an Adams County Republican calling on congressional candidate Bruce Baker to resign his Westminster City Council seat over his proposal to end all immigration into the United States. The Adams County Republican Party believes that America is exceptional in many facets of life with specific regard to its founding written documents. People from all over the world want to come to America because of the freedom it gives to all people, regardless of their race, economic status, gender, religion, etc.


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningFebruary 9, 20169min942
The Republican vice chair of the 7th Congressional District delivered a blistering response Monday night to recent remarks about immigration policy by the GOP candidate running in the district, saying she felt “cheated and used” when she backed him for a Westminster City Council seat and is now calling for him to step down. During the […]

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