Colorado GOP doubles on Trump’s unsubstantiated “stolen election” claims
Colorado Republican Party leaders are doubling down on the baseless idea that election fraud cost former President Trump the 2020 election.
Why it matters: The Colorado GOP welcomes the same debunked allegations of a stolen election that contributed to a crowd of Trump supporters attacking the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
- Republican lawmakers cited the potential for fraud as the reason for the introduction a handful of bills that would make it harder to choose.
- The top candidates for the GOP chairman in Colorado, former Secretary of State Scott Gessler and current party chairman Kristi Burton Brown, are calling for a 2020 vote recount and a review of equipment at Dominion Voting Systems in Colorado.
- Gessler, who worked on legal challenges in Nevada and …