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Colorado Election Conspiracy Watch: A List of CO Republicans Who Believe the 2020 Election Was Stolen - And Some Who Don't

By James O'Rourke and Jason Salzman, November 04, 2021, ColoradoTimesRecorder.com

Colorado Republicans show no sign of stopping their attacks against last year's election results, both in Colorado and nationwide - even though claims that the 2020 election was rigged in favor of the Democrats have been debunked

In Colorado, only a handful of Republican public figures have spoken out against this rhetoric.

Below is a guide on where Colorado Republicans stand on the 2020 election: whether they repeat the Big Lie, or stand against it - and whether they think Colorado's own elections were fair.


U.S. Senate Candidate Deborah Flora - Says that "election integrity is a state issue and I support what Arizona is doing. I support what other states are doing" - Deborah Flora did not make statement regarding her official position on whether the 2020 National and CO Elections were stolen or legitimate, but did raise doubts.

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