Colorado Democrats are conveniently avoiding Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Boulder today

By Matt Connelly

(Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore, Creative Commons)

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi will be in Boulder today to tout the Inflation Reduction Act and Colorado Democrats – except for one brave soul – are mostly avoiding the event. 

According to The Denver Post, “Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi will visit Boulder’s National Center for Atmospheric Research on Wednesday to promote the Inflation Reduction Act, according to a news release from the office of U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse, D-Lafayette.”

Notably absent from the event will be Governor Jared Polis, Senator Michael Bennet, 7th Congressional District candidate Brittany Pettersen, 8th Congressional District candidate Yadira Caraveo, and many many more.

Colorado’s liberal media activists and the national media have been telling us that the Inflation Reduction Act was a huge win for President Joe Biden and local Colorado Democrats, so why not join Nancy for a little hype session today?

Republican State Leadership Committee Deputy Communications Director Mason Di Palma questioned whether Colorado Democrats like Kyle Mullica (SD-24), Lisa Cutter (SD-20) and Dylan Roberts (SD-8) would stand with Pelosi today in a statement to Campfire Colorado:

“Coloradans continue to feel the pinch from the reckless agenda being pushed through by Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi,” said RSLC Deputy Communications Director Mason Di Palma. “As Coloradans continue to struggle, Nancy Pelosi is now coming to the Centennial State to tout a bill that is going to raise taxes on middle class families while adding thousands of new IRS agents. This bill is a disgrace and any Colorado Democrat that chooses to stand with Pelosi, deserves to lose their job.” 

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Matt Connelly is the founder of Campfire Colorado. Follow him on Twitter @MattConnelly.