Wednesday 5 October 2022 06:27 PM George W. Bush RETURNS to the campaign trail to stump for -wary Colorado ... trends now

Wednesday 5 October 2022 06:27 PM George W. Bush RETURNS to the campaign trail to stump for -wary Colorado ... trends now
Wednesday 5 October 2022 06:27 PM George W. Bush RETURNS to the campaign trail to stump for Trump-wary Colorado ... trends now

Wednesday 5 October 2022 06:27 PM George W. Bush RETURNS to the campaign trail to stump for Trump-wary Colorado ... trends now

George W. Bush RETURNS to the campaign trail: President will stump for Colorado Republican Joe O'Dea - who said Trump lost the election and shouldn't run in 2024 George W. Bush will appear at a fundraiser for Senate candidate Joe O'Dea It will happen later this month and also be attended by Texas Sen. John Cornyn Republicans hope O'Dea's more moderate brand of GOP politics will be key to flipping Colorado's Senate seat from red to blue in November It's held by Democrat Senator Michael Bennet, who ran for president in 2020  O'Dea has bucked the GOP line on abortion, calling for a 5-month limit

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Construction company CEO Joe O'Dea is a moderate Republican who has given the GOP establishment hope that they could flip Colorado's Democratic Senate seat

Construction company CEO Joe O'Dea is a moderate Republican who has given the GOP establishment hope that they could flip Colorado's Democratic Senate seat

Former President George W. Bush is hitting the midterm campaign trail once again to stump for a Republican Senate candidate who's opposed to Donald Trump running for the White House in 2024.

Bush will be in Colorado later this month to campaign for Joe O'Dea, the CEO of a construction company who is now challenging Democrat Senator Michael Bennet.

O'Dea has separated himself from the majority of GOP Congressional hopefuls with his moderate stances - giving hope to the Republican establishment that he could flip a state that President Joe Biden won by 14 points.

For instance, he's disputed Trump's claims that the 2020 election was rigged and shown support for Biden's $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure deal.

He also ventured out on his own to criticize the Supreme Court for overturning Roe v. Wade and has maintained support for legal abortion up to five months, with exceptions for rape and incest afterwards - a far cry from South Carolina GOP Senator Lindsey Graham's proposed ban after 15 weeks.

While Trump has

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