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Topic - Mike Mcalpine
Colorado state Sen. Evie Hudak resigned Wednesday rather than face the prospect of a recall election brought by opponents of her votes in favor of sweeping gun-control legislation.
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.
"We won. We're ecstatic," recall organizer Mike McAlpine said. "Effectively, her hundreds of thousands of dollars from out-of-state contributions, from unions, bought her about 30 days in the Colorado Senate."
We're not stopping," said Mr. McAlpine in an interview with KNUS-AM. "You have proven yet again how corrupt you are, and we are about taking corruption out of government.