We knew there would be a lot, but we weren’t expecting a tsunami. Fortunately, we were ready for them. The Liberty Scorecard Committee read over 250 bills and rated 164 of them over the weekend. Here are ALL the bills we’re following this week. A few notable ones: HB1007: State Apprenticeship AgencyThis bill would create a … More 250 Bills Introduced in the First Full Week of the 2021 Legislative Session
The First Regular Session of the 73rd General Assembly convened on January 12, 2021. The Legislature met for four days before temporarily adjourning until February 16 due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 virus. Go to libertyscorecard.rlcco.org for updates and results.
The 2020 Colorado Legislative Session was one for the history books. A truncated session with a10-week temporary adjournment, one would think there wasn’t enough time to introduce new legislation of any real consequence. One would be wrong. The Republican Liberty Caucus, also known as “the Conscience of the Colorado GOP” reads and rates bills as … More 2020 Legislative Recap: The Good, The Bad, and the Just Plain Silly
State House Representative and Minority Leader Patrick Neville from House District 45 received the Goldwater Award for achieving the highest score on the 2020 Liberty Scorecard produced by the Republican Liberty Caucus of Colorado. The scorecard is a measure of each legislator’s commitment to the principles of individual rights, free markets and limited government. Of the 711 bills that were introduced during … More House Minority Leader Patrick Neville Receives Goldwater Award from Liberty Caucus
The Republican Liberty Caucus of Colorado has endorsed former state representative Justin Everett as he challenges Colin Larson, a Republican who currently represents House District 22 in southern Jefferson County. Everett previously held that seat before his run for state treasurer in 2018. “We endorsed Justin for treasurer in 2018 based on his conservative voting … More Justin Everett Earns Liberty Caucus Endorsement in Race to Reclaim His State House Seat
Doug Townsend, candidate for Senate District 31, has been endorsed by the Republican Liberty Caucus of Colorado. Known for its high standards and commitment to liberty principles, the RLCCO requires candidates to complete an online questionnaire before being considered for an interview with the candidate review committee. “We’re not everyone’s cup of tea,” says Sue … More State Senate Candidate Doug Townsend Receives Liberty Caucus Endorsement
Full Results Here
For the official call, as well as Bonus Member allocations, click HERE. The State Org meeting is March 30th. To run for Bonus Member, you need to attend your County Org meeting. Most of those will be held in February.
In case you missed it, HERE is the video from our first online charter meeting. Tune in for announcements of future meetings.
Out with the old, in with the NEW! Colorado Charter Meeting, Tuesday, January 29th, 7:00pm Let’s get organized and discuss our strategy to reclaim some common sense on Colorado’s political scene. A Colorado baker is being sued by the State again in what painfully looks like Double Jeopardy. It’s no longer okay to tolerate transgenders. … More RLCCO Charter Meeting Tues, Jan 29, 7:00pm
2018 Voter’s Guide to Ballot Issues The official text for all these initiatives can be found on the Secretary of State’s website HERE. Amendment V: Lower Age Requirement for Members of the State Legislature – NO RECOMMENDATION Amendment W: Election Ballot Format for Judicial Retention Elections – NO Principles: N/A This is a solution in search … More
There must be something in the water in Jefferson County. Maybe it’s the same stuff they put in that Banquet beer up there. But if you’re a liberty-minded voter in any of the 3 state Senate races in play this fall, you’ve got a solid Constitutional conservative to vote for. That’s unusual and a cause … More Three Key State Senate Races. Three Liberty Candidates. Game On.