Jimmy is joined by the Chairwoman of Colorado Federation of College Republicans Alyssa Khamma. Jimmy and Alyssa talk about the unique challenges facing Republican college students including harassment and violence. Colorado State Representative Susan Beckman calls in and asks Alyssa what motivates the college students to vote and to explain their mindset. Local ballot issues are also discussed.
Jimmy continues to talk a little on the "culture of violence" stemming from politics and how some media figures try to connect Trump with all the violence. The illegal caravan concern is brought up by a few callers and discussed. On a lighter note "President Trump" calls in!
Jimmy talks about the blaming of Trump for the violence occurring based on the political tension. Audio is played blaming Trump, the pipe bomber suspect Cesar Sayoc, and other facets of the violence are talked about including violence from the Left. Jimmy also plays audio from his interview with Eric Trump from his "Business for Breakfast" show on 1690 KDMT.
Jimmy finishes his interview with Republican State Treasurer Candidate Brian Watson then plays his interviews with Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams and in a Denver radio exclusive, Acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler. CO Secretary of State Wayne Williams talks about Colorado election security and more. Acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler talks about the great deregulation the EPA has achieved so far and of examples of environmental disasters that he says should not be repeated.
Jimmy plays interviews from Republican Attorney General Canidate George Brauchler and Republican State Treasurer Canidate Brian Watson. Attorney General Canidate Brauchler talks about a few things including reforming the Attorney General's office to include putting in regional offices so that all of Colorado is truly represented. State Treasurer Canidate Watson highlights a few things and explains what the State Treasurer really does.
Jimmy has an election themed powerhouse of a show! Many interviews including Congressman Mike Coffman and Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Walker Stapleton. Congressman Coffman and Gubernatorial Candidate Walker both talk about their policies and ideas vs. those of their opponents. Vote Republican!
Jimmy spends most of the hour with an interview he had with Lang Sias. Mr. Sias is part of the Colorado House of Representatives and talks about Walker Stapleton and his vision for Colorado. To finish the hour Jimmy plays audio about the Left acting more and more like a mob.
Jimmy talks about the proposed ammendments to our state Constitution including Ammendment 112. Jimmy quickly runs through them in detail and gives his take on them. Jimmy is later joined by head of the Public Trust Institute Frank McNulty, to talk about Gov. Hickenlooper's very susupicious travel expenses, gifts, ect.
Jimmy is joined the whole hour by Matt Crane and David Walcher. Mr. Crane is the Clerk and Recorder for Arapahoe County and Mr. Walcher is the Sheriff of Arapahoe County. Both talk about their efforts to improve Arapahoe County in terms of saftey, improvements in the DMV, what they bring in their years of experience and more. They also talk about the upcoming November Elections.
Jimmy continues the Kavanaugh subject with various bits of audio and callers. Randy Barnett a law professor at Georgetown University Law Center, calls in and talks to Jimmy about a few things. Kavanaugh certianly is talked about but the recent college campus protests are also highlighted with Mr. Barnett.