Now Coffman is saying he supports one of the DREAM Act's paths to citizenship (military enrollment) -- not the second path (high school or college graduation). So, he hasn't flipped on the DREAM Act. Based on his current positions, he'd vote against it again.
Rep. Mike Coffman stands alone as a major Colorado politician in close election who has not withdrawn his previous support for the personhood amendment, which would ban all abortion, even in the case of rape and incest.
A group of constituents presented Representative Mike Coffman with a petition asking for a town hall meeting in Aurora. The petition has more than 500 signatures and comments requesting the Congressman answer their questions.
Mike Coffman has opposed abortion even in the case of rape and incest going back to at least 2008, according to the Colorado Right to Life website. But he has yet to comment this election cycle on his abortion stance or on this year's personhood measure.
When I lost my job and couldn't find another one, I became very concerned with the politics surrounding unemployment. Times are tough for a lot of people, and it's important to find out who's on our side, the side of working people.