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Topic - Joe Neville
Colorado state Sen. Evie Hudak, the latest Democrat to be swept up in the state's recall brushfire, is fighting back with a cash infusion from Washington, D.C.
Colorado Democrats, facing electoral recalls and tourism boycotts, have a response for those outraged by their ambitious gun control agenda: more gun bills.
"We had a gentleman, a World War II veteran, who couldn't walk very well but made his way to the sign-and-drive at the King Soopers, and they were honking horns and shaking tambourines in his ears," said Joe Neville, political director of Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, which is supporting the recall.
"You might not see the dog-and-pony show like we had before, but people are still out there," said Mr. Neville. "We're still hearing from them. They're just more involved now at the local level."