Heidi Ganahl candidate for Colorado State Governor
Heidi’s best known as the founder of Camp Bow Wow, where she turned a lifelong passion for dogs into the largest pet care franchise in the world. Heidi also founded its sister charity, the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation, which re-homed over 10,000 pups. Ganahl has been named one of Fortune magazine’s 10 Most Promising Entrepreneurs, and Parade magazine included her in their list of the top women entrepreneurs in the country. In addition, she is a statewide elected official, serving on the University of Colorado Board of Regents, overseeing a $5 billion budget and over 30,000 employees. She has chaired the finance committee, the audit committee, the search committee for the new President of CU. She has a passion for keeping the American dream alive. Heidi has four children ranging in age from 9 to 26, a lab Henry and two rescue kitties Daryl and Haley!
Ty Winter candidate for Colorado House District 47
Ty Winter is an outstanding gentlemen and a great leader in the southern part of the state. He will continue to do so at the state house! Pulled these from his webpage on what he stands for. PROTECT OUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS AND PERSONAL FREEDOMS SUPPORT AGRICULTURE RANCHING, WATER, PROPERTY RIGHTS, OIL & GAS BE A FIGHTER FOR OUR CHILDREN GOOD EDUCATION WITH ACCESS TO TECHNOLOGY, EDUCATIONAL CHOICE, TRADE SCHOOL, NO MASK/VACCINE MANDATES, NO RADICAL SEX EDUCATION OR CRT PRO LAW ENFORCEMENT HELP SOLVE ISSUES WITH CRIME AND VAGRANCY SUPPORT BETTER MEDICAL CARE FOR CITIZENS AND VETERANS IN RURAL AREAS OF COLORADO
Cheryl Poage & Laura Hefta, Parker Town Council
Cheryl Poage is running for her second term for Parker Town Council. Laura Hefta is in the middle of her current term. Both ladies are very passionate about the town of Parker and their roles on town council. We tackled some difficult things happening there and some of the great things also. Fantastic interview with these ladies and learn what it takes to run a town.
Rachel Stovall candidate for CO House District 17
10/22/22 - Rachel Stovall is brash and bold and is not afraid to tell you she is. A stanch supporter of the Constitution. The district in Colorado Springs she will represent will love this about her. A large military population, that loves the Constitution and loves being told the truth now matter how hard it hurts. She love getting out walking her district and engaging people. Something you don't see from very many candidates. She talked how many people that a black woman is a conservative. We are not. We know there are a lot more that are afraid to speak up like Rachel. She is the real deal! We can not wait to see Colorado State Representative Stovall make waves in the state house. Here at the County Freedom Coalition we love Rachel Stovall.
Ryan Armagost, Candidate for CO House District 64
10/14/22 - Ryan Armagost is running for Colorado House District 64. Ryan is a ex-Marine and retired Army. Worked as a fire fighter and a police officer. He is also a firearms instructor. Great conversation crime and has respect for Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams. Shared his insights on the new district. Very diverse with rural and urban populations. Please visit his website for more information http://www.armagost64.com/
10/7/22 - We talk with Kevin Ross, candidate for Weld County Commissioner. He was a member of the city council and the major of Eaton, Colorado. We discussed some of the hard things he did as major. He also was an interim commissioner we someone left. He was appointed to the position. During that time he was on the board during COVID. Talked about how the commissioners stood up for the rights of the people of Weld County and fought against the governor and his crazy policies during COVID. Shared his ideas and thoughts on the growth of Weld County and what has to be done to keep the growth moving in a positive direction. https://www.kevinrossforweld.com/
Byron Pelton candidate for Senate District 1
Born in Cheyenne County and I've spent the last 20 years living in Logan County. I am proud to have served my country in the United States Navy. As a military veteran, I am a staunch proponent of the 2nd Amendment and I Support Law Enforcement to serve and protect our communities. Since 2008, I have been active in the Republican Party and for the last five years I have served as Logan County Commissioner for District 1. I will fight to protect Agriculture in northeast Colorado from legislative attacks, activists, and urban legislators. I am a Principled Conservative who will work tirelessly to protect the Constitution and your rights from government overreach. I fully support Energy in northeast Colorado, and I will work to protect Oil and Gas from unnecessary regulations. I believe in the importance of family and our rural way of life.
Gabe Evans Candidate for Colorado House District 48
I’m a Christian, Colorado native, husband, father, and own/operate a family farm in southern Weld County. I love my country and state. I served for 12 years in the US Army and Colorado Army National Guard as a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter pilot and company commander. I also spent over 10 years as an Arvada police officer, sergeant, and lieutenant. During those careers, I completed a combat deployment in the Middle East, responded to multiple disasters and emergencies in Colorado, and worked closely with federal, state, and local governments. Together we can stand up for common sense, the Constitution, and pass on freedom, security, and prosperity to the next generation of Coloradans!
Richard Holtorf, State Representative House District 64
10/24/22 - Republican rancher, farmer, feedlot manager, and retired U.S. Army Colonel with 29 years of service, State Representative Richard Holtorf plans to continue providing veteran leadership as he represents the people of rural Colorado’s House District 64. We talk about how the Rural/Urban divide is REAL! The Progressive Left is fundamentally changing Colorado, and the Country, into a socialist/communist is REAL! He told us how high inflation cost the small farmer/rancher. Rep. Holtorf is very passionate about rural Colorado, ranching and farming, about being your State Representative of HD 64.
Elijah Hatch Running for Weld County Council in 2022
10/16/22 - Elijah Hatch is the at large candidate for the Weld County Council. He explains what the council does and doesn't do helping gain a better understanding of the councils role within the county government. talks about his admiration for the men and women in law enforcement and Sheriff Steve Reams comes up in another conversation. Shares his past and being a single father. A fantastic hour conversation with Elijah Hatch, candidate for Weld County Council at large.
State Ballot Information Booklet
10/8/22 - County Freedom Coalition discussion about the 2022 Colorado State Ballot Information Booklet, aka "The Blue Book". These are the opinions for the people in the podcast and don't reflect any position of County Freedom Coalition and is only informational purposes only.
9/28/22 - Hans Hochheimeier, former physics professor at Colorado State University, sits down with us and talks about the current situation in America. He's worried for his grand kids. What will become of this country if we continue down this path. He was born in Frankfurt Germany and came to the US on a teaching visa. He's lived in New Jersey, Utah, New Mexico, and Colorado.