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The Pennsylvania U.S. Senate race continues to tighten, as Democrat John Fetterman continues to struggle with speech and cognitive capacity following a stroke. Heidi Ganahl is hitting all the right notes in the governor's race by focusing voters on how out-of-control crime has made Colorado a dangerous place to raise children. Dick Wadhams also compares and contrasts the strengths and appeal of Florida governor Ron DeSantis and former President Donald Trump.
Longtime GOP political consultant Dick Wadhams joins Dan in-studio for a comprehensive snapshot of where the mid-term elections stand right now in Colorado and nationwide. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R, CO-3) joins to discuss her own race against Adam Frisch with a recent poll (from his campaign) showing the Democratic challenger trailing her by only two points.
John Kellner continues his strong campaign for attorney general with an unwavering stance on battling rampant crime in Colorado, while incumbent Phil Weiser and other Democrats try to run away from the issue entirely.
Danny Moore joins Dan Caplis for the first time as the Colorado GOP nominee for lieutenant governor, and answers Governor Jared Polis labeling him as an election denier in the first gubernatorial debate with Heidi Ganahl in Pueblo last Wednesday. Also, former Denver district attorney Mitch Morrissey discusses a recent Common Sense Institute press release on Colorado ranking #1 in the nation in auto thefts, #2 in property crimes, increases in: robberies, arson, auto theft, stolen property crimes, vandalism, prostitution, pandering, and possession/sale of drugs. Also, a 50% increase in fentanyl deaths from 2021 to 2022.
Danny Moore makes his debut appearance as Republican candidate for lieutenant governor on the program, and addresses why he felt compelled to join the ticket - and answers a debate barb from Jared Polis labeling him as an election denier.
Dan cannot recall a time in American history where such a weak President like Biden was counted upon to respond to such an existential threat as Russian authoritarian leader Vladimir Putin. Where does the war in Ukraine go from here, after Russia annexed territories in Ukraine following a sham referendum?
Dan plays the hits from Heidi Ganahl's commanding performance in Wednesday night's Pueblo debate against Governor Jared Polis.
The first 2022 gubernatorial debate in Colorado was no contest - Heidi Ganahl mopped the floor with Governor Jared Polis. Dan reacts to some of the highlights and explains why it was such a clear victory for the Republican challenger. Longtime political strategist Dick Morris rejoins Dan to offer his thoughts on a Democratic party that has taken the abortion debate off the rails, by embracing the extreme position of abortion-on-demand up until birth, and believes it will cost them dearly against Republicans with more mainstream positions on the issue in the 2022 mid-term elections. Rep. Ken Buck (CO-4) helps get a bipartisan bill against Big Tech overreach across the finish line, he joins Dan to discuss.
Robert Cahaly, chief pollster at Trafalgar Group, updates Dan on his second wave of polling in Colorado's statewide races for Governor and U.S. Senate - showing Jared Polis and Michael Bennet slightly expanding their leads over Heidi Ganahl and Joe O'Dea, respectively. Also, Democrat Adam Frisch joins Dan to take aim at Rep. Lauren Boebert's votes joining a fraction of House members outside of the Republican mainstream to block Ukraine aid funding, as he challenges the incumbent in Colorado's 3rd Congressional District this November.
Longtime political strategist Dick Morris rejoins Dan to offer his thoughts on a Democratic party that has taken the abortion debate off the rails, by embracing the extreme position of abortion-on-demand up until birth, and believes it will cost them dearly against Republicans with more mainstream positions on the issue in the 2022 mid-term elections.
Robert Cahaly, chief pollster at Trafalgar Group, updates Dan on his second wave of polling in Colorado's statewide races for Governor and U.S. Senate - showing Jared Polis and Michael Bennet slightly expanding their leads over Heidi Ganahl and Joe O'Dea, respectively.
Democrat Adam Frisch joins Dan to take aim at Rep. Lauren Boebert's votes joining a fraction of House members outside of the Republican mainstream to block Ukraine aid funding, as he challenges the incumbent in Colorado's 3rd Congressional District this November.
Steve Wells was adopted by a family of cattle ranchers that span back several generations in Colorado, and has attained wealth beyond his wildest dreams. Now, he feels it's his duty to protect the state he knows and loves from its descent into a woke, progressive dystopia by helping fund advertisements for Republican candidates who will restore all that is truly great about Colorado. Dan sits down for a fascinating conversation with one of the most influential donors in Colorado politics.
President Biden again shows signs of steep cognitive decline, as he wonders aloud while addressing a crowd why Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-IN) is not in attendance at an event in Indiana. Little does he know, apparently, that the Congresswoman had perished in a car accident over a month ago. Press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre laughably tries to explain it away by saying the deceased Walorski was 'top of mind' for the dementia-addled Biden. Also, Tucker Carlson has a theory behind the mysterious explosions taking out the Nordstream pipelines. Dan digs into the details.
Dan asks Brian Peotter, Libertarian candidate for Senate, why he's running in the Colorado race - if his main impact will be to draw voters away from Republican Joe O'Dea. Also, President Biden gives suspect advice for Floridians bracing for impact from Hurricane Ian - make sure to get your COVID shot.
Sweden recently elected a right-wing government, and now Italy has voted in conservative Giorgia Meloni as their new prime minister. Is a worldwide swing to the political right in the cards - including in the United States? Dick Wadhams joins Dan to discuss.
Longtime DU law professor Ved Prakash Nanda provides his expert insight on the ongoing Russian war in Ukraine. Dan continues his analysis of a very telling ABC-WaPo poll on the mid-term elections.
Dan reviews the promising details of the latest ABC News-Washington Post poll which shows significant advantages for Republicans in the 2022 mid-term elections on several issues - like crime, inflation, the economy, and border security - and in all competitive swing districts, the GOP holds a commanding 21 point lead among independent and unaffiliated voters. Former Biden press secretary Jen Psaki confirms as much, saying if the upcoming is a referendum on the President - Democrats will lose.
Dan and Ryan give their clear definitions on what constitutes a true conservative on today's political stage, and whether former President Trump or current Florida governor Ron DeSantis would be a more viable Presidential candidate in the 2024 election.
Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) may be laying the groundwork for a 2024 Presidential run with his latest re-election ad in Florida, and Ryan is here for it. Boston Celtics head coach Ime Udoka is in hot water for an extramarital affair with a co-worker, and Stephen A. Smith brings race into the conversation - but is he wrong? Also, Karine Jean-Pierre continues to spin on questions from Peter Doocy, this time refusing to answer whether President Biden favors restrictions on abortion at any stage of pregnancy.
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