Donald Trump to campaign in Colorado Springs, Grand Junction on Tuesday
Donald Trump is planning a return trip to Colorado next Tuesday — just in time for the beginning of mail-in ballot season.
The upcoming visit to Colorado Springs and Grand Junction on Oct. 18 comes a day after Colorado’s Secretary of State will start sending ballots to state residents.
It also comes at a tenuous time for the Republican nominee. His campaign has faced a barrage of criticism since a 2005 tape surfaced last week that showed Trump making lewd and disparaging comments about women.
Immediately afterward, two of Colorado’s five congressional Republicans disavowed Trump: U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner and U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman. But he still enjoys support from U.S. Reps. Scott Tipton, Doug Lamborn and Ken Buck.
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Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert won reelection in Colorado’s GOP-leaning 3rd Congressional District on Friday, barely overcoming voters’ forceful rebuke of her highly controversial tenure in Washington over the past two years to help her party expand its slim majority in the U.S. House.