The Colorado GOP’s Future Is “Nancy Pallozzi”

Don’t take our word for it, find out yourself next Tuesday:

Among the many victories of the “whacktivist” right in the recent Colorado Republican Party internal leadership elections, very much in line with Dave “Let’s Go Brandon” Williams’ election to be the next state GOP chairman and Vickie Tonkins’ enduring reign of error in El Paso County, the Jefferson County Republican Party, operating in what was once considered to be the competitive bellwether locale in Colorado elections, has selected longtime local recall organizer and multi-election loser Nancy Pallozzi to lead them into the 2024 election cycle.

Pallozzi is probably best known for her two failed attempts to recall now-Congresswoman Brittany Pettersen of Lakewood from her Lakewood state senate seat, one of which was pulled for lack of support only three days after it was filed. Those failed recall attempts came after Pallozzi lost to Pettersen by 20 points in the 2016 elections. Pallozzi was also a bit player in one of the competing grifty failed attempts to recall Gov. Jared Polis. Without any other distinguishment or qualification, Pallozzi’s whole theory of political engagement appears to rest on her name’s phonetic similarity to former Speaker of the U.S. House Nancy Pelosi.

And now, “Nancy Pallozzi” is bringing the skills she showed failing to recall everybody in sight to the task of reviving the Republican Party’s flagging fortunes in a county that has in recent years exemplified the state’s overall shift toward Democratic dominance. It’s not a prank or a late-night TV sketch. Like “Let’s Go Brandon” Williams himself, Nancy Pallozzi imagines she will be taken seriously.

All we can say is, the couple of times this joke was funny will not substitute for competent leadership.

19 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. bullshit! says:

    Catchy, but she'll never be Dick Wadhams or Jim Smallwood.

  2. unnamed says:

    All we can say is, the couple of times this joke was funny will not substitute for competent leadership.

    Well, what can you say?  We live in the State of Colorado.  They live in a State of Denial.

  3. Lauren Boebert is a Worthless POS says:

    If they were looking in Jeffco, they would have been better off inviting Joan "Granny Fister" Poston. 

  4. Old Time Dem says:

    I thought the Barn at Evergreen Memorial Park must be in a cemetery, which struck me as appropriate. Alas, it is just an events venue in a park with a name that sounds like a cemetery.

  5. Washopingmylastpostwouldbemylast says:

    Dave, Dave, Dave please reconsider this selection.  How ’bout if she changed her name to, um, Tina Peters Pillowpalooza??  What’s Colorado’s hardest workingest MAGAnutter gotta’ do to finally earn some little bit of respect from her own state party?

    You can end this GOP civil war against Colorado’s rural right!

  6. davebarnes says:

    "70's, 80's, and 90's"
    Uh, no.

    Brought to Your Attention by the Committee to Save the Apostrophe from Abuse

  7. Conserv. Head Banger says:

    Unfortunately, the only night next week; Monday through Friday; that I'm booked is the 21st. Otherwise, this might be worth a visit.

  8. spaceman2021 says:

    "Dave grew up in a military family.  Didn't actually serve himself, but"

  9. notaskinnycook says:

    What strikes me about the above blurbs is that they are barely literate while managing to be fully buzzword compliant. Oh well, I guess they appeal to the sheeple in the modern Republican party.


  10. Peromyscus says:

    The Barns at Evergreen is where I first encountered Tom Tancredo.  Ah, memory.


  11. Gilpin Guy says:

    I still can't believe they elected Nancy Pallozzi to be their leader.  What kind of comedy show are they auditioning for?

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