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Littleton to receive immigration grant

Littleton to receive immigration grant

Feds announce grant recipients during Constitution Week By Peter Jones U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has recently awarded nearly $10 million in grants to 40 organizations – including the City of Littleton’s Immigrant Resources Center – that help permanent residents prepare and apply for U.S. citizenship.  The organizations will receive federal funding to support citizenship-preparation […]

State lawyers demand Amendment 68 campaign pull false ads

State lawyers demand Amendment 68 campaign pull false ads

Submitted by Don’t Turn Racetracks Into Casinos The Office of Legislative Legal Services Friday sent a scathing cease-and-desist letter to the sponsors of Amendment 68 demanding that the campaign stop presenting a “false reading” of a report from the state auditor in its advertising and stop misrepresenting the state auditor and her office as having […]

Follow your ballot in Arapahoe County

Follow your ballot in Arapahoe County

County voters can sign up for Ballot Track   Arapahoe County voters can now sign up to receive alerts by email, phone or text message when their mail ballot has been mailed to them and received by the Elections Division. This month, the Clerk and Recorder’s Office launched Ballot Track, a free service that provides […]

Rep. Daniel Kagan makes rounds

Rep. Daniel Kagan makes rounds

State Rep. Daniel Kagan, a candidate for re-election in November, made the rounds recently for his campaign.  

GOP flocks to new ViewHouse

GOP flocks to new ViewHouse

By Bob Sweeney   Centennial’s new Viewhouse restaurant, managed by former Cool River manager Joe Madril, was the site of a flood of Republicans to launch the new Arapahoe County Republican Breakfast Club. Newly appointed President Mryon Spanier served as chairman and welcomed the group of 100 plus to the new organization and location. There […]

Bob Beauprez has private reception/fundraiser at Glenmoor Country Club

Bob Beauprez has private reception/fundraiser at Glenmoor Country Club

Immediately following the Cherry Creek Republican Women’s monthly meeting, guests (many of whom were not at CCRW) gathered in a private conference room at Glenmoor Country Club in Cherry Hills Village for an up close and personal visit with Republican gubernatorial hopeful Bob Beauprez and his wife Claudia. It was an informal environment where Beauprez […]

Cherry Creek Republican Women focus on getting to know Bob Beauprez

Cherry Creek Republican Women focus on getting to know Bob Beauprez

Bob Beauprez (pronounced Bopray) is introduced as Robert Louis “Bob” Beauprez – a third generation Coloradan who knows about hard work, a dairy farmer, graduate of University of Colorado-Boulder, community banker, former chair of the Boulder County Republican Party, former chair of the Colorado Republican Party, U.S. Congressman. Editor-in-Chief of the online magazine A Line […]

County Republicans feature Beauprez, Gardner, Coffman at Lincoln Day Dinner

County Republicans feature Beauprez, Gardner, Coffman at Lincoln Day Dinner

By Scottie Taylor Iverson A sold-out crowd of nearly 400 filled the ballroom at Doubletree Inn in Greenwood Village for the Arapahoe County Republican Annual Lincoln Day Dinner.  There was electricity in the room and countless standing ovations as presentations were made by U.S. candidates and Colorado candidates. Arapahoe County candidates – either first timers […]

Clerk named to state and international committees

Clerk named to state and international committees

Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder Matt Crane has been appointed to represent all of Colorado’s county clerks on statewide and international committees in 2015. Crane has been elected by Colorado delegates of the International Association of Clerks, Recorders, Election Officials and Treasurers to serve as the state delegation director. In this role, he will represent […]

Mayor Tisdale announces run for re-election

Mayor Tisdale announces run for re-election

Submitted by Doug Tisdale Cherry Hills Mayor Doug Tisdale has formally announced his campaign for re-election as mayor of the No. 1 Best Suburb of America to Live In. Tisdale was elected mayor by a large margin against two opponents in the April 2012 election, having previously served as councilmember from 2000 through 2008, including […]

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