Before a fireside chat with a youthful crowd of skiers and snowboarders here, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton downplayed his staff’s recently disclosed violation of House rules.
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Colorado Republican Congressman Scott Tipton is having trouble keeping up with the pace, or with Sal Pace, in the Third District fundraising race.
As part of a sustained effort to thin the federal government’s powers to protect the environment, Third District Colorado Republican Congressman Scott Tipton is requesting a Capitol Hill hearing to examine water storage rules in the West.
Public Policy Polling this week released survey results from Colorado’s Third Congressional District, where first-term GOP Congressman Scott Tipton is being challenged by Democratic state Rep. Sal Pace. Although Tipton is leading among district voters, his job approval numbers come in under 40 percent.
Pueblo Democratic Rep. Sal Pace, former House minority leader and candidate for the Congressional District 3, has extended a special pleading invitation to demonstrative Christian Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow, asking him to lead the Tebow-infatuated state House in prayer some day this session.
Democratic 3rd District Congressional candidate Sal Pace is not surprised that the Colorado Supreme Court decided this morning to uphold Denver District Judge Robert Hyatt’s ruling in favor of a new congressional map for the state drawn by Democrats and designed to increase electoral competitiveness.
Tisha Casida is a 29-year-old southern Colorado-bred conservative. The Keystone XL Pipeline, she suggests, is safer and probably better for the environment than sending oil tankers across the Atlantic. The country’s conflict over carbon dioxide, she hints, may be as much a waste of time as the war on drugs. She makes no bones that she is disappointed in her congressman, Scott Tipton, because he hasn’t demonstrated leadership on a few crucial issues, like speaking out against the Patriot Act.
Colorado House Democrats unanimously elected Denver Rep Mark Ferrandino minority leader today. In just over two terms as a lawmaker, Ferrandino has made a name for himself as an open and dynamic figure committed to the legislative process and talented at steering substantive bills through partisan minefields toward passage. He is the second out gay member of the Colorado legislature to head the Democrats in the chamber in the last decade.
A nonpartisan watchdog group is blowing the whistle on U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton and others in Congress who consistently advocate for tax breaks, subsidies and other giveaways to oil and gas companies.