Editorials

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Re-elect Tipton to U.S. House

By The Daily Sentinel

We’ve been a frequent critic of U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, mostly for his refusal to support legislation to make Colorado National Monument a national park. Despite what we consider a failure of leadership, it would be unfair to judge ...


Kennedy for House 55

By The Daily Sentinel

Dan Thurlow’s campaign slogan is “Let’s Do Something Different.” But his mantra of reducing excessive regulation and cutting “waste, fraud and abuse” in government can hardly be considered outside-the-box ...


Webb for House 54

By The Daily Sentinel

Brad Webb isn’t your typical Democrat. In fact, he might be a Republican himself if not for some entrenched GOP positions on social issues that he opposes. “I think we should stay out of the bedroom and the doctor’s ...


Lewis for sheriff

By The Daily Sentinel

Matt Lewis should be the next sheriff of Mesa County. Unfortunately, this relatively simple deduction, based on experience and job readiness, will be lost on those who take issue with the manner in which he appeared on the ballot. Or those ...


Neguse for secretary of state

By The Daily Sentinel

Wayne Williams says his experience running elections makes him better qualified to be Colorado’s secretary of state. We disagree. As El Paso County clerk, he’s run elections. He’s also served for eight years as county ...


Scott for state Senate

By The Daily Sentinel

Democrat Claudette Konola is the “change” candidate in the District 7 race for state Senate. She’s running on a platform of making life better for families and improving education, which stands in sharp contrast to the ...


No on Amendment 68

By The Daily Sentinel

There are so many things to dislike about Amendment 68 that it’s difficult to zero in on any one reason why voters should reject it. One of the more compelling is that Amendment 68 overrides a constitutional provision that gives local ...


Right for all to marry comes to Colorado

By Bill Grant

After years of battling against the gay marriage ban passed in 2006, Coloradans supporting same-sex marriage equality finally have tacit U.S. Supreme Court approval for their right to marry the person of their choice. To the surprise of many ...


Reiner for county clerk

By The Daily Sentinel

Endorsing Sheila Reiner for Mesa County clerk and recorder was one of the easier decisions for The Daily Sentinel’s editorial board this election season. Reiner, who ran unopposed in 2010, was elected president of the Colorado County ...


Stapleton for treasurer

By The Daily Sentinel

Walker Stapleton’s concern (some would call it an “obsession”) with the long-term health of the pension fund for retired state workers has seemingly turned the race for state treasurer into a single-issue referendum. Which ...


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