🚨🚨 Dems tried to meddle in R primary in CO. The result?
— Chris Hartline (@ChrisHartline) June 29, 2022
Democrats spent $4 million trying to help Hanks win this primary. A total disaster, and one that endangered Senate Democrats nationwide should be calling for resignations as a result of — that money could have defended their seats https://t.co/U8RkE2QMmI
— Logan Dobson (@LoganDobson) June 29, 2022
In the 8th Congressional District, Barbara Kirkmeyer won with 40.9 percent of the vote. Lori Saine, who was boosted by Nancy Pelosi’s House Majority PAC, came in third out of four candidates, with 19.9 percent of the vote.
Particularly newsworthy is how Democrats broke state law by sending mailers to meddle in the Senate race. As Colorado GOP Chairwoman Kristi Burton Brown explained to Townhall, fake mailers claimed that the Colorado Republican Party endorsed a particular primary candidate, which it does not. Further, the mailers did not disclose where they came from, which is in violation of federal law. The mailers even had a logo that made it look as if they were coming from the Colorado Republican Party. It’s a violation of state law to deceive voters about where mailers are coming from.
The Democratic Governor’s Association took credit for meddling in the governor’s race, and the Colorado Democratic Party was also involved in meddling. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) also spoke about spending money.