(D) Hillary Clinton
(R) Marco Rubio
(R) Donald Trump
(R) Ben Carson
(D) Michael Bennet*
(R) Tim Neville*
(R) Robert Blaha*
(R) Ryan Frazier*
(D) Diana DeGette*
(D) Jared Polis*
(R) Scott Tipton*
(R) Ken Buck*
(R) Doug Lamborn*
(R) Mike Coffman*
(D) Morgan Carroll*
(D) Ed Perlmutter*
I respect and admire Romanoff. A man with integrity, principles and nobility of character. I am urging Coloradans to vote for him as the new Congressman for House District 6
If only I lived in CD6, I certainly would vote for Romanoff.
(cough- that was 8 years ago that Romanoff voted for SB90-cough- and he has supported immigration reform since) while his opponent, Mike Coffman, still doesn't support a path to citizenship and voted to defund implementation of the DREAM act-cough)
Can we get some cough drops up in here? Or better yet, hot lemon and whiskey? Thanks.
If Fladen thinks Coffman is in any position to use that against Romanoff he's dreaming. No one with progressive views on immigration reform is going to vote for Coffman. He'd just be pissing off his his bigot base without gaining a thing.
Coffman isn't believably pro-immigrant. But he also didn't push one of the precurosor state bills to Arizona's SB 1070. I love this column by Julie Gonzalez, (which Fidel Montoya, and Jesse Ulibarri also contributed to per the note at the bottom):
Still not going to get votes from those who want progressive immigration reform. That's just the way it is.
Unrelated. I just dropped you a recent pleading into the mail this evening. I hope you enjoy it.
We don't have to go back 8 years for Coffman's changed positions, Elliot. On any given day you might not have to back farther than an hour or two, depending on who he's talking to. I remember times in 2012 when he made a statement, walked it back, then apologized for walking it back all between morning coffee and lunch time.
I do and I will.
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