Monthly Archives: October 2012

Spotlight on Colorado House District 23

This is an installment in the Spotlight series of articles for My Colorado View that detail key races across the metro area.

Colorado House District 23’s race pits the incumbent Representative Max Tyler against challenger businessman Rick Enstrom.

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Spotlight on Colorado House District 29

This is another installment in a series detailing some of the key Colorado races. The Colorado District 29 race pits incumbent Representative Robert Ramirez against Tracy Kraft-Tharp, a former middle school teacher, youth counselor and social worker.

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Spotlight on Colorado House District 28

This is another installment in a series of articles My Colorado View is featuring about several key races across Colorado.

Colorado House District 28 is a race for an open seat in a newly-drawn district. Businesswoman and mother Amy Attwood… Continue reading

“Top 3 Reasons” my female friends are for voting 4 change this year

I recently polled a group of female friends to determine who was voting for a change in our current administration and why.  They were asked to keep their answers to 3 sentences.  Here are a few of the… Continue reading

Legalizing Weed In Colorado is Reefer Madness

Recently 60 Minutes did a piece on Colorado’s gangbusters Colorado “medical marijuana” industry that’s on track to become a nine billion dollar drug boom by 2016. Although Coloradans are the healthiest, most athletic bipeds in the nation, so direly in… Continue reading

Women Know Mitt and Barack – We’ve Dated Them Both

 

Seeing Mitt Romney and Barack Obama side by side in the recent debates, it hit me who they are. They’re the two prototypical guys nearly every one of us women has encountered in our romantic lives: the Boy Scout… Continue reading

Sex Sells… the Presidency?

Sex is used to peddle all kinds of things from sport cars to perfume; and for the first time in its 223 year history, it’s being used overtly to sell a candidate for presidency. The Obama Campaign’s new ad likening… Continue reading

Substance and Style on View at Debate

Monday night I commented on Facebook that I thought Governor Romney had won the debate. Six women I knew immediately hit “like.” My mind flashed to the often replayed comment by Obama Spokeswoman Stephanie Cutter that women are “not really… Continue reading

What Women Are Saying About Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan

So I was at a poker party last weekend. No. I wasn’t the designated driver for my husband during the Texas Hold ‘em Road Tour.  I was invited to a pink poker night with some lady friends in the… Continue reading

Romney Ryan: The Best Choice for Women

To think that women are not engaged in the politics of the day is, in my opinion, a very serious mistake.  Over the last four years we have disappointedly watched how our economy has gone from bad to worst.… Continue reading