425 S. Bowen #1, Longmont

Call to Action!

quick reference: Survey, Bills, Doing Democracy

Take this survey from the City of Longmont by March 8th.

Click here and share your thoughts on higher taxes for recreation/library/museum/cultural center in Longmont.

Joine TPUSA on March 9th at 7pm at CU in the CASE Building Room E240.

The speaker is Cabot Phillips, the senior editor of the Daily Wire and a frequent guest on the podcast Morning-Wire.

"Everything the Media Won't Tell You". Register by clicking here.

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Please share your ideas too! What's the best way to reach your friends?

By becoming a "member" of BCR you are investing in all of this! Join for at least $15/month and receive a few benefits back directly to you too.

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Do you have what it takes to be a judge?

Applications are being take to replace Boulder County Judge Kristy Martinez who recently passed. The Nominating Commission will meet March 22nd to interview and select nominees. Annual salary is $175,908.

Application forms are available from the office of the ex officio chair of the nominating commission, Justice Monica M. Márquez, 2 E. 14th Ave., Denver, CO 80203; and the office of the court executive, Amy Waddle, 1777 6th St., Boulder, CO 80302. Applications also are available on the court's home page at http://www.courts.state.co.us/Careers/Judge.cfm

The completed application must be submitted no later than 4 p.m. March 9. Any person wishing to suggest a candidate to fill the vacancy may do so by letter to be submitted to any member of the nominating commission, with a copy to the ex officio chair, no later than 4 p.m. on Thursday.

March 11 will be the State Central Committee Meeting. Meet the potential new chairman by clicking here to listen to a Facebook forum from th eRepublican Women of Weld.

Sign up now for this years Doing Democracy Day March 30th.

Calling all Volunteers!


Doing Democracy Day

Thursday March 30 9:15am-3:00pm

Longmont Museum


Volunteer as a resource, aid or judge as St. Vrain high school students work with local leaders and volunteers like you to address homelessness, screen addiction, fentanyl, social emotional learning, recreation and school resource officers. Students finish the day by proposing solutions to a panel of local leaders serving as judges.


Email Kent Willman to sign up for the following sessions:

9:30-11:30 am......... Be a resource to students as they research a topic. 

12:45-3:00 pm......... Be a judge as teams present their positions on issues

Click here to volunteer to be a host at the information table: Information Table Host

Colorado Legislature

The supermajority of Democrats are at it big time right now. You can click through on these bills below to find the specifics, but honestly, write, call etc to your own representative now before it all goes through. (Scroll down and see the Status section along with the upcoming schedule)

Take note that Polis would like to be the president one day and all of these have repercussions that are simple enough for me to see.


HB23-1171-First reading 3/6

Just Cause Requirement Eviction Of Residential Tenant - or the if you allow someone into your house, you will have to keep them until we say you don't bill

HB23-1115 Repeal Prohibition on Local Residential Rent Control - or the Allow local government to take your property bill. (click for an article on rent control)

HB23-1190 Affordable Housing Right of First Refusal or the We're the Government and we choose that you sell to us bill

HB23-1161 Environmental Standard for Appliances - or the Making Your Environment More Expensive Bill.


Click here to read David Kopel's testimony - brilliant

HB23-1219 to be heard March 6 -Waiting Period to Deliver a Firearm -or the Tell Your Stalker to just hold off for a few days bill

SB23-170 - Expanding Extreme Risk Protection Orders - or the "Not enough people turned in their family members so we'll let others do so too" bill.

SB23-169 - Increasing Minimum Age to Purchase Firearms - or the "We'll decide what an adult is when bill" (you're adult at 12 in school, at 18 in the army, at 26 regarding insurance and 21 to purchase a firearm.)

SB23-168 - Gun Violence Victim's Access to Judicial System - or the "If you're run over by a Ford, you should be able to sue Ford" for example bill.

HB23-1230 Prohibit Assault Weapons in Colorado - or the let's get rid of the easiest weapon for old arthritic women to shoot (ps you'll know an assault rifle when you see one)


HB23-1202 Overdose Prevention Center Authorization (or safe injection sites) is out of commitee. ps - on a personal note I listened to an exjunkie once who said these just encourage use.

HB23-1169 Committee hearing March 7 1:30 Limit Arrest For Low-level Offenses

Concerning a non-arrest response by law enforcement for certain low-level offenses. Click here to email. - or the We know how to do your job bill

Chairman's Corner

On Friday night March 3rd, the Longmont City Council hosted their annual “Legislative Dinner”, this event provides community members the opportunity to interface with the current slate of local elected representatives. Attending were HD11 Rep. Karen McCormick, HD19 Rep. Jennifer Parenti, and SD17 Sen. Sonya Jaquez Lewis. Also in attendance were many conservative voices willing to give up a Friday night to face elected leaders with their concerns about how Colorado is being governed.

Mark Milliman gave an impassioned speech about how the laws are being changed to rob parents of their rights to their children’s school records and any mental health related processes involving our children. Tara Menza spoke out against the legislative record of Rep. McCormick, pointing out that her priorities of gender and climate, were not addressing the real needs of her consituents such as crime, fentanyl overdose, and teen suicide. Owner of Grandpa’s, a well-known and established small business that specializes in firearms, testified about the many instances of felony crimes committed against his business, that have resulted in weak convictions and sentencing, allowing these criminals to continue their life of crime. I spoke out, as I often do, on the cultural issues. How the Democrats are ruining life in American by instituting laws that are destroying meritocracy and promoting the racial and gender ideologies of equity.

This was a great opportunity to have our voices heard, face to face. YOU can have this same opportunity each week at your local City Council and School Board meetings. Please contact either myself or Steven Altschuler, to learn more about how you can get involved. Another great way to have your voice heard is to write Letters to the Editor. Please reach out to me for help getting started with this activity.

We must not remain silent, our beautiful state of Colorado is becoming more and more like California, if we are ever going to turn the tide, we’ll need everyone to get into the fight!

For Faith, Family and Freedom

George Tristan, Chairman

Boulder County Republican


720-339-6708 (mobile)


Attend the CU Benson Center special events with great speakers. Click here for the line up this semester. These are free and usually offered both in person and live-streamed. You must register first.

Can we 100% Get Rid of Fossil Fuels? This man below makes all the points I keep working to share. Only he knows what he's talking about! (ps this video has become hard to find in just 4 days so watch it now before it's too late!)


HB23-1118 Called the Fair Workweek Employment standards but in reality is "Government interference in your contracts" did NOT pass!

HB23-1071 passed the Senate and will become law, but not without lots of amendments. Fortunately, Rep. Brandi Bradley (R) made an amendment regarding age and it passed on Feb. 8 in the House. (see below)

State Level
To find your state legislators, click here and enter your address in the search field on the map.
Regular Government Meetings

Boulder County Commissioners Meeting

Usually Tuesday and Thursday at 10:30am

Click here to confirm and to see if an agenda is available.

1325 Pearl Street

City of Boulder

Usually meets the first and 3rd Tuesday.

Click here for their calendar

Click here for their online agendas (look to the bottom of the page)

City of Lafayette

5:30pm every 1st and 3rd Tuesday each month at City Hall. Click here to find online agendas.

City of Longmont

Tuesdays at 7pm 3-4 weeks per month. Click here to find online agendas and make certain they are meeting. All public invited to be heard this week.

City of Louisville

Generally the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7pm. They meet at 951 Spruce Street in the Library meeting room. Click here for where you may find the agenda each session.

Town of Erie

The Erie Board of Trustees meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 6:30 pm in the Town Hall Board Room located at 645 Holbrook Street. Click here for agendas.

Town of Nederland

The Board of Trustees for Nederland meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. Click here for an agenda when available.

Town of Superior

6:00 pm, Second and Fourth Mondays of each month at 124 E Coal Creek Dr (Superior Town Hall)

Click here for agendas.

Save the Date

March 15th, Longmont Republican Women will meet at Collision Brewery 1426 Skyway Dr in Longmont (order off the menu). They are welcoming Marilyn Salabarria the Director for Outreach for Parent's Defending Education

March 21, Boulder Republican Women Luncheon at 11:15 at 6333 Lookout Rd in Boulder at the Event Space of the Hampton Inn. $25/person

RSVP www.boulderrepublicanwomen.org.

The guest speaker will be George Tristan the newly elected chairman of BCR.


April 5th 7:00am - Monthly Morning Meeting at BCR headquarters (425 S Bowen Set 1, Longmont). Welcoming Vickie Deppe and the Path to Freedom (pathtoreform.org)

Vickie Deppe is the Director of Education at Path To Reform. She has been part of the Article V movement since 2014. Working in the Illinois House of Representatives, she assembled a bipartisan coalition in support of the Convention of States Project application that included leadership from both parties as well as members of the Women's Caucus, the Black Caucus, the Hispanic Caucus, and members from all parts of the state. She successfully shepherded the legislation through two "kill" committees and secured an 8-0 do-pass vote from the House Executive Committee. In addition to creating and delivering educational content tailored to the specific needs of state legislators, Vickie also serves as the Managing Editor of the State Legislators Article V Caucus Newsletter. Vickie can be reached at vickie@pathtoreform.org.


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Terri Goon
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