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Topic - George Rivera
Two Republicans were sworn in Thursday to replace ousted Democratic state Sens. Angela Giron and John Morse, capping Colorado's history-making recall elections and signaling a shift in the state's political direction.
They probably aren't going to win any awards, but the low-budget ads released this week by the plumbers running the effort to recall an anti-gun lawmaker have a homegrown feel.
The Pueblo County Republican Party is offering firearms foes an opportunity to promote their gun-free status.
I can't help it," said Mr. Rivera in his floor remarks after the swearing-in.
Former Pueblo policeman George Rivera, who will take Ms. Giron's seat, told a Republican Party forum that the election "could send a strong message and a chill up and down every politician's spine, Republicans and Democrats in Colorado."