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Boulder Republican Women
P.O. Box 21475
Boulder, Colorado 80308-4475


When: Friday, May 10th 4:00-5:30 pm

Denver: West steps, at the Capitol.
Grand Junction: Old Mesa Court House.
Gunnison: I.O.O.F. park.

Come early to sign the National Popular Vote Petition to push back on the end run around the U.S. Constitution & the Electoral College. 

CLICK HERE FOR PDF FLYER (can be sent through email or printed). Spread the word and share with others!

Speaker announcements and other updates coming soon. 


Republican Women of Broomfield, Boulder, Coal Creek, Larimer County and Summit County

Welcome Kristi Brown

Vice-Chairman Colorado GOP 


11:00 am—1:30 pm 5460 Vardon Way Fort Collins  

Cost: $25 includes lunch and guest speaker.
Mail your check written to BRW to 
Marty Neilson 363 Riverside Drive Lyons, CO 80540 

Monday, March 18th 
Colorado State Capitol

The Republican Women dressed in RED enjoyed a fun-filled and informative Day at the Legislature.  Kicking off the day with donuts and coffee we were joined by Senator Vicki Marble, Representative Perry Buck, also Past President of CFRW, Representatives Janice Rich, Rod Pelton, and Colin Larson, and two very endearing legislative aides.  Each shared their legislative experiences this session to date and their frustrations in being in the minority.


From there, some of the group joined the oil and gas protest group at the Capitol, while others toured the Capitol.  We reconvened at 10:00 a.m. to visit the Senate floor where Senator Marble graciously introduced the group.  We moved to the House floor where Representative Perry Buck introduced the group.  There was more action on the House floor for the group to observe.  All of the Republican Senators and Representatives were happy to see the women in Red. We gathered on the West side of the Capitol for a group photo.


A box lunch was enjoyed back at Legislative Services Building. Senate Minority Leader Chris Holbert’s remarks to the group were most informative especially regarding the rules of the Senate.   Senator Holbert spoke of the law suit by minority senators relative to reading a bill in full if there was not unanimous consent.  This was a maneuver by the minority to slow down a particular bill which was being railroaded through the process.  The suit to be heard the next day was decided in favor of the Senate Minority.    House Minority Leader Patrick Neville’s remarks were also related to the great frustration of not being able to stop any of the horrible bills being pushed through both Houses and going to the Governor.  Representative Neville did leave the group with uplifting remarks about faith and realizing and accepting Who is really in charge.  Representative Lori Saine also spoke of some of her legislation.


It was a great Day at the Legislature!



Boulder County Republican Breakfast

Wednesday, May 1, 2019 at 7:00 am.

We meet at the IHOP 2040 Ken Pratt Blvd, Longmont, CO 80501.

$15.00 to enter the room, networking, breakfast and speaker


  Rob Natelson The Law of Article V: State Initiation of Constitutional Amendments

Rob's Book

Professor Robert G. Natelson heads the Independence Institute’s Constitutional Studies Center and its Article V Information Center. He is a nationally known constitutional scholar and author whose research into the history and legal meaning of the Constitution has been cited repeatedly at the U.S. Supreme Court, federal appeals courts, and state supreme courts—both by parties and by U.S. and state Supreme Court justices and by federal appellate judges.

He is widely acknowledged to be the country’s leading active scholar on the Constitution’s amendment procedure and among the leaders on several other topics. In September, 2018 he was named a Senior Adviser to the Convention of States Project.

He was a law professor for 25 years, serving at three different universities, where among other subjects he taught Constitutional Law, Constitutional History, Advanced Constitutional Law, and First Amendment. Professor Natelson is especially known for his studies of the Constitution’s original meaning.

His research on that subject has carried him to libraries throughout the United States and in Britain, including four months at Oxford. His books and articles span many different parts of the Constitution, including groundbreaking studies of the Necessary and Proper Clause, federalism, Founding-Era interpretation, regulation of elections, and the amendment process of Article V. 


Please RSVP to Bradley Beck or call 303-775-7473




HB19-1177 Extreme Risk Protection Orders(Red Flag Law) The Red Flag Gun Bill is being heard in the Senate right now - 2nd hearing and will likely pass passed. The third and final hearing is THIS week. There are 3 Democrats who might be swayed. Please call and email to share your thoughts :

**Senator Leroy Garcia: 303-866-4878 - **
**Senator Kerry Donovon: 303-866-4871 **
**Senator Pete Lee: 303-866-8364**

With counties lining up to defy this potential order, your voice CAN count!

Tabor and Gallagher amendments. House and Senate Democrats — along with one Republican — are preparing to introduce a bill that would ask Colorado voters to do away with their own potential tax refunds.

To Find Your Legislator enter your address in the search field on the map.


NEW!:Be Heard Boulder-click here to send in online comments. If you live or work in Boulder, register and then give them feedback on different brilliant ideas. For example: Would you support a new vehicle climate fee?

The city of Boulder is looking for people to join 7boards/commissions. (Click here to make your voice heard!)

The city of Longmont is looking for people to join a number of different advisory panels. Due date to apply is April 26.Click here and become a part of the change.