John Eastman and Randy Corporon to Challenge Colorado’s Open Primary Law
Randy Corporon, a Colorado attorney, radio personality, and GOP national committeeman, recently announced that he and colleague John Eastman, a prominent conservative attorney and advisor to former president Donald Trump, will file a legal challenge to Colorado’s Proposition 108.
According to Corporon’s latest announcement, the filing in the United States District Court of Colorado is imminent. Corporon announced their intentions during an on-air interview with Frank Eathorne, chair of Wyoming’s GOP.
Proposition 108, Open Primary Elections, was approved by Colorado voters in 2016. The measure allows unaffiliated voters to vote in a primary election. Proponents of the bill, which raised over $6 million in support, argued that the bill would increase voter participation. Opponents argued that allowing non-members to have a say in deciding the leadership of the membership is fundamentally undemocratic.
Corporon and Eastman’s challenge is designed to prevent interference in the GOP primary by voters unaffiliated with the Republican party.
Eastman provides additional details on the challenge during his interview with Kim. Eastman also shares updates on his subpoena before the January 6th committee. Eastman clarifies that he did not tell Vice President Pence that Pence had the constitutional authority to overturn the 2020 election results.