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The box-chicken-lunch protest against Ryan Call

7 years ago by Michael Roberts
Denver blog posts are finger-lickin' good. Colorado Pols explains why opponents of Colorado Republic Party chairman Ryan Call plan to protest a weekend meeting by bringing boxed chicken lunches. Big Media's Jason Salzman says Scott Gessler contradicted his own office's policies when he said Coloradans can vote anywhere. The Redheaded...
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Ryan Call on why Colorado Republican caucuses mean more than ever

9 years ago by Michael Roberts
Colorado's first caucuses were modestly attended affairs that didn't have a sizable impact on the presidential choices of either major party. But turnout jumped four years ago, especially for the Democratic caucus that boosted Barack Obama. Predictably, Colorado Republican Party chairman Ryan Call is the opposite of an Obama fan...
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Ryan Call, GOP chairman, on women's issues and Todd Akin: Democrats are desperate

8 years ago by Sam Levin
In this week's feature, "Purple Haze," we outline how the close fight for Colorado's nine electoral votes could determine the next president of the United States. And a key part of that battle, nationally and in Colorado, involves the women's vote. Here's more from our interview with state GOP Chairman...
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Reader: Ryan Call's take on Amendment 64 mixes state's rights with following the feds

8 years ago by Michael Roberts
Sam Levin's interview with Colorado Republican chair Ryan Call about Amendment 64 got our commenters going in a big way. Here's a post by a reader who saw contradictions in Call's views about the state's ability to set its own rules on cannabis...
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Ryan Ronquillo: Call to Dismiss Police Shooting Case v. "Frenzying Piranhas"

4 years ago by Michael Roberts
Earlier this summer, April Sanchez filed a lawsuit in regard to the fatal Denver police shooting of her son, Ryan Ronquillo, outside a funeral home, where he had traveled in July 2014 attend the viewing of a friend who'd taken his own life. The suit's central claim: Ronquillo, an alleged car...
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Amendment 64: If it's a disaster, other states won't move to legalize pot, says GOP's Ryan Call

8 years ago by Sam Levin
Since Amendment 64 passed in Colorado, Republican officials have been tasked with responding to a policy that the party didn't embrace but a majority of voters supported. With small amounts of recreational marijuana use to be okayed in the state constitution, GOP reps are supporting the state's right to make...
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Ryan Call, GOP chair, faces improper vote charge from 21-year-old Ron Paul supporter

8 years ago by Sam Levin
As the local campaigns for Mitt Romney and Barack Obama compete to attract voters in this key swing state, the Colorado Republican Party is now dealing with its own internal battle, with one national delegate alleging that the state's GOP chairman won an important committee seat in a botched election...
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Wake-Up Call: Ryan Frazier dumps a clunker for a new race

11 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
Ryan Frazier is trading in a clunker in favor of a much sleeker vehicle. Six months after the two-term Aurora City Councilman announced that he was running for the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate, he's pulling out of that race and making a fast course correction for the 7th...
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Friends and Colleagues Say Goodbye to Chef Brandon Foster

2 days ago by Mark Antonation
Brandon Foster, executive chef of Project Angel Heart, passed away on July 5.
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Curfew Violation Charges Dropped, but Protester Complaints Remain

19 days ago by Nell Salzman
Their time in jail marked by lack of care, communication.

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