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Rep. Mike Coffman

Immigration Power In Districts of Reps. Mike Coffman (CO-06), Cory Gardner (CO-04) and Scott Tipton (CO-03)

Just a reminder to Colorado Representatives Mike Coffman, Cory Gardner and Scott Tipton about immigration power in their districts. Led by the unrelenting advocates in Colorado, our movement will be reminding them about this a lot in 2014. The future of 45 GOP members could be determined by the Republican House leadership’s decision on whether … Continue reading »

Check Out These Web Ads Asking Reps. Joe Heck (NV), Mike Coffman (CO) to Support HR 15!

In Nevada, 74% of Rep. Joe Heck (R-NV)’s constituents want Congress to pass immigration reform with a path to citizenship.  That same number is true in Colorado, with Rep. Mike Coffman’s constituents.  And we want to make sure these two members of Congress know that, so they understand why they need to support the House … Continue reading »

New Poll: Colorado and Nevada Voters in Key GOP Districts Looking for Leadership on Immigration Reform

Local and National Leaders Call on Republican Congressmen Amodei, Heck, Coffman, Gardner, and Tipton to Cosponsor New Immigration Bill In the wake of the shutdown and fiscal debacle, immigration reform has reemerged at the top of the national agenda, providing an important opportunity for the Republican Party to repair its image. New polls from five … Continue reading »

Cook Political Report Changes Ranking of 10 Latino Influence House Seats Including Reps. Miller and Coffman

There’s been a lot of speculation in political circles about what kind of political impact the shutdown would have on the Republican Party. Yesterday, the Cook Political Report got DC buzzing with this tweet: Today’s ratings changes: CA31, CA41, CO06, FL22, MI03, MI07, MT-AL, NE02, NJ02, NJ03, NM02, NY23, OH06, PA08, WV03 http://t.co/WNKgkgBPYN — CookPoliticalReport … Continue reading »

Hypocrisy Alert: NRCC Attacking Colorado Democrat for Being Too Strict on Immigration

So this is interesting. A piece yesterday at Salon discusses a trick that the National Republican Congressional Committee is trying to pull in Colorado, where it is attacking former Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff (D) from the left on immigration.  A website set up by the NRCC slams Romanoff for “lik[ing] to waste taxpayer dollars almost as much as … Continue reading »