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Suppes Pays Up For Use Of Public Facility As Campaign Office

After Mayor Don Suppes reimbursed the Town of Orchard City for his campaign's use of public facilities, Ethics… 

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Ethics Watch Files Campaign Finance Complaint Against Don Suppes

Today, Colorado Ethics Watch filed a complaint with the Colorado Secretary of State against Orchard City Mayor Don Suppes.

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Ethics Watch Files Amicus Brief In Gessler’s Latest Appeal Of Ethics Fine

Today, Ethics Watch filed an amicus brief with the Colorado Court of Appeals in Scott Gessler’s ongoing legal… 

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Mountain GOP candidates dogged by ethics and Internet challenges

The Colorado Independent (David O. Williams) Conservative Republicans running for the state legislature in mountain districts have faced an array of ethical and technical difficulties this campaign season, including judgment calls glitches that may have violated Colorado’s Fair Campaign Practices Act. Read More ›

If you still haven’t turned in your ballot, do so, but first consider some facts ( David O. Williams) A Republican friend of mine whom I consider a moderate voice of reason on some issues and a complete crackpot on others took the time the other day to scold me for the lack of motivation of my fellow Democrats this midterm election, as if that’s somehow my responsibility. Read More ›

Ethics group files complaint against GOP state Senate candidate

The Daily Sentinel (Charles Ashby) The left-leaning group Colorado Ethics Watch filed a complaint Monday against Republican Don Suppes over his use of the Orchard City Town Hall to work on his campaign. Read More ›