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Sen. Cory Gardner Explains GOP Tax Bill Confusion, Trump Tweets Alarm Clock - Monologue
Sen. Cory Gardner Explains GOP Tax Bill Confusion, Trump Tweets Alarm Clock - Monologue
Published: 2017/12/05
Channel: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Sen. Cory Gardner One-On-One with Jake Tapper in The State of The Union. #POTUS #DonaldTrump
Sen. Cory Gardner One-On-One with Jake Tapper in The State of The Union. #POTUS #DonaldTrump
Published: 2017/08/13
Channel: Almutaz Bur News Network
Sen. Cory Gardner holds raucous town halls in Colorado
Sen. Cory Gardner holds raucous town halls in Colorado
Published: 2017/08/15
Channel: Denver7 – The Denver Channel
Sen. Cory Gardner Bombarded With Questions At Town Hall
Sen. Cory Gardner Bombarded With Questions At Town Hall
Published: 2017/08/05
Channel: CBS Denver
Colorado Senate winner Cory Gardner
Colorado Senate winner Cory Gardner's victory speech
Published: 2014/11/05
Channel: FOX21 News
Nice Guy
Nice Guy
Published: 2014/09/24
Channel: Cory Gardner for Senate
Cory Gardner rips
Cory Gardner rips 'stupid' questions on CNN about North Korea briefing
Published: 2017/04/25
Channel: Washington Free Beacon
Sen. Cory Gardner holds raucous town halls in Colorado
Sen. Cory Gardner holds raucous town halls in Colorado
Published: 2017/08/16
Channel: Denver7 – The Denver Channel
Healthcare protest at Senator Cory Gardner
Healthcare protest at Senator Cory Gardner's Denver office
Published: 2017/06/30
Channel: The Denver Post
Senator Cory Gardner: 4-4 Ties On SCOTUS To Be Broken With Neil Gorsuch | Morning Joe | MSNBC
Senator Cory Gardner: 4-4 Ties On SCOTUS To Be Broken With Neil Gorsuch | Morning Joe | MSNBC
Published: 2017/04/10
Channel: MSNBC
Cory Gardner: "I believe Trump is fit"
Cory Gardner: "I believe Trump is fit"
Published: 2017/08/15
Channel: Noise Journal
Mariachi band interrupts Cory Gardner
Mariachi band interrupts Cory Gardner's private meeting
Published: 2017/04/20
Channel: dcexaminer
Sen. Cory Gardner moving Denver office after protest arrests
Sen. Cory Gardner moving Denver office after protest arrests
Published: 2017/08/05
Channel: Denver7 – The Denver Channel
Sen. Gardner shouted down at town hall
Sen. Gardner shouted down at town hall
Published: 2017/08/16
Channel: Next 9NEWS
GOP senator: Trump must call white nationalists evil
GOP senator: Trump must call white nationalists evil
Published: 2017/08/13
Channel: CNN
Senator Cory Gardner Endorses Marco For President
Senator Cory Gardner Endorses Marco For President
Published: 2015/11/02
Channel: Marco Rubio
Sen. Cory Gardner gives his take on the sanctions.
Sen. Cory Gardner gives his take on the sanctions.
Published: 2017/11/08
Channel: Fox News
Sen. Cory Gardner Reacts To Roy Moore Allegations
Sen. Cory Gardner Reacts To Roy Moore Allegations
Published: 2017/11/14
Channel: CBS Denver
Senator Cory Gardner Town Hall Event in Pueblo
Senator Cory Gardner Town Hall Event in Pueblo
Published: 2017/11/20
Channel: KOAA 5
Sen. Cory Gardner Hosts Town Halls
Sen. Cory Gardner Hosts Town Halls
Published: 2017/08/15
Channel: CBS Denver
Town hall minus Sen. Cory Gardner
Town hall minus Sen. Cory Gardner
Published: 2017/02/25
Channel: Denver7 – The Denver Channel
NRSC
NRSC's Cory Gardner responds to Jones win: 'Do the right thing' and vote with Senate Republicans
Published: 2017/12/13
Channel: Denver7 – The Denver Channel
Sen. Cory Gardner Speaks on Neil Gorsuch Calls Donald Trump
Sen. Cory Gardner Speaks on Neil Gorsuch Calls Donald Trump's Criticism Of Judges "DISHEARTENING"
Published: 2017/02/09
Channel: Almutaz Bur News Network
Vote Cory Gardner for U.S. Senate in Colorado
Vote Cory Gardner for U.S. Senate in Colorado
Published: 2014/09/17
Channel: NRA
Senator Cory Gardner town hall at Colorado Christian University
Senator Cory Gardner town hall at Colorado Christian University
Published: 2017/08/16
Channel: The Denver Post
Senator Gardner Discusses North Korea with Morning Joe Panel
Senator Gardner Discusses North Korea with Morning Joe Panel
Published: 2017/05/03
Channel: Senator Cory Gardner
Colorado Springs Girl Confronts Sen. Cory Gardner On Climate Action
Colorado Springs Girl Confronts Sen. Cory Gardner On Climate Action
Published: 2017/08/15
Channel: Meg Smeltzer-Miller
Sen. Cory Gardner: Safety Regulations Pushed By
Sen. Cory Gardner: Safety Regulations Pushed By 'Special Interests'
Published: 2017/08/28
Channel: TYT Politics
Heated atmosphere during Senator Cory Gardner
Heated atmosphere during Senator Cory Gardner's town hall
Published: 2017/11/21
Channel: KOAA 5
Senator Cory Gardner Town Hall
Senator Cory Gardner Town Hall
Published: 2017/08/15
Channel: The Colorado Independent
Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner talks Flynn resignation, new administration,
Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner talks Flynn resignation, new administration, 'paid' protests in interview
Published: 2017/02/15
Channel: Denver7 – The Denver Channel
2/20/16 Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) Delivers GOP Weekly Address On North Korea
2/20/16 Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) Delivers GOP Weekly Address On North Korea
Published: 2016/02/20
Channel: gopweeklyaddress
For You
For You
Published: 2014/09/02
Channel: Cory Gardner for Senate
Full interview with Colo. Senate candidate Rep. Cory Gardner
Full interview with Colo. Senate candidate Rep. Cory Gardner
Published: 2014/10/14
Channel: PBS NewsHour
Rachel Maddow praises Colorado Gardner protests: "it
Rachel Maddow praises Colorado Gardner protests: "it's working"
Published: 2017/03/11
Channel: ColoradoPols
Cory Gardner town hall attendees leave message for Cory Gardner
Cory Gardner town hall attendees leave message for Cory Gardner
Published: 2017/02/26
Channel: ColoradoPols
Cory Gardner answers questions on abortion bans, birth control
Cory Gardner answers questions on abortion bans, birth control
Published: 2014/09/28
Channel: ColoradoPols
Sen. Cory Gardner Defends Vote On Health Care
Sen. Cory Gardner Defends Vote On Health Care
Published: 2017/07/25
Channel: CBS Denver
Cory Gardner - Now Is The Time
Cory Gardner - Now Is The Time
Published: 2014/04/15
Channel: National Republican Senatorial Committee
Cory Gardner declares victory in Senate race
Cory Gardner declares victory in Senate race
Published: 2014/11/05
Channel: Denver7 – The Denver Channel
Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner talks marijuana, Russian meddling, health care in telephone town hall
Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner talks marijuana, Russian meddling, health care in telephone town hall
Published: 2017/03/01
Channel: Denver7 – The Denver Channel
Next Generation Energy
Next Generation Energy
Published: 2014/09/01
Channel: Cory Gardner for Senate
Cory Gardner pretends he didn
Cory Gardner pretends he didn't politicize ACA repeal
Published: 2017/09/24
Channel: TP Clips 8
GOP Rep. Cory Gardner Tears Into Sebelius:
GOP Rep. Cory Gardner Tears Into Sebelius: 'Why Aren't You Losing Your Health Insurance?'
Published: 2013/10/30
Channel: WeNeedASavageNation
10 Questions for Rep. Cory Gardner
10 Questions for Rep. Cory Gardner
Published: 2014/10/27
Channel: Denver7 – The Denver Channel
U.S. Representative Cory Gardner (CO-4)  Delivers Weekly Republican Address
U.S. Representative Cory Gardner (CO-4) Delivers Weekly Republican Address
Published: 2014/09/20
Channel: RNC Comms
Cory Gardner: Nowhere Man
Cory Gardner: Nowhere Man
Published: 2017/07/17
Channel: Photo Shoppist
Sen. Cory Gardner on Face the Nation: "this has nothing to do with donors"
Sen. Cory Gardner on Face the Nation: "this has nothing to do with donors"
Published: 2017/09/24
Channel: ColoradoPols
Disability advocates arrested by Denver police during sit-in at Cory Gardner
Disability advocates arrested by Denver police during sit-in at Cory Gardner's office
Published: 2017/06/30
Channel: Denver7 – The Denver Channel
Despite being part of Senate health care work groups, Colorado
Despite being part of Senate health care work groups, Colorado's Cory Gardner still hasn't seen bill
Published: 2017/06/22
Channel: Denver7 – The Denver Channel
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Cory Gardner
Cory Gardner official Senate portrait.jpeg
United States Senator
from Colorado
Assumed office
January 3, 2015
Serving with Michael Bennet
Preceded by Mark Udall
Chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee
Assumed office
January 3, 2017
Leader Mitch McConnell
Preceded by Roger Wicker
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Colorado's 4th district
In office
January 3, 2011 – January 3, 2015
Preceded by Betsy Markey
Succeeded by Ken Buck
Member of the Colorado House of Representatives
from the 63rd district
In office
June 23, 2005 – January 2, 2011
Preceded by Greg Brophy
Succeeded by Jon Becker
Personal details
Born Cory Scott Gardner
(1974-08-22) August 22, 1974 (age 43)
Yuma, Colorado, U.S.
Nationality American
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Jaime Gardner
Children 3
Education Colorado State University (BA)
University of Colorado, Boulder (JD)
Website Senate website

Cory Scott Gardner[1] (born August 22, 1974) is an American politician who is the junior United States Senator from Colorado. He is a Republican and was previously the U.S. Representative for Colorado's 4th congressional district. Prior to that, he was a member of the Colorado House of Representatives.

Gardner announced his candidacy for the U.S. Senate in March 2014, quickly clearing the Republican primary field,[2] and defeated Democratic incumbent Mark Udall in the November 2014 race.[3]

Since 2017, Gardner has been chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, ranking him sixth in the Senate Republican leadership.

Early life, education, and early political career[edit]

Gardner was born on August 22, 1974 in Yuma, Colorado,[4] the son of Cindy L. (née Pagel) and John W. Gardner. He is of Irish, German, Austrian, and English descent.[5] He graduated summa cum laude from Colorado State University with a B.A. in political science in 1997.[6]

In college, Gardner switched from the Democratic Party to the Republican Party[7] and interned at the Colorado State Capitol.[8] He went to law school at the University of Colorado to earn his Juris Doctor in 2001.[6] Gardner served as General Counsel and Legislative Director for former U.S. Senator Wayne Allard of Colorado from 2002-05.[6][9]

Colorado House of Representatives[edit]

Elections[edit]

Gardner was appointed to the Colorado House of Representatives in 2005 and elected to a full term in 2006. He represented District 63 in the Colorado House of Representatives from 2005 through 2011.[9]

Tenure[edit]

Gardner proposed legislation in 2006 that would set aside money in a rainy-day fund that would help protect the state from future economic downturns. His proposal relied on Referendum C money[clarification needed] for future budget emergencies.[10] He staunchly opposed any tax increases. He helped create the Colorado Clean Energy Development Authority, which issued bonds to finance projects that involve the production, transportation and storage of clean energy until it was repealed in 2012.[11][12]

In June 2006, he called on Republican Governor Bill Owens to call a special session addressing the issue of illegal immigration.[13]

In 2006, Gardner opposed legislation to allow pharmacists to prescribe emergency contraception,[14] and offered an amendment to the budget to prohibit the state Medicaid plan from purchasing Plan B emergency contraception.[15]

In 2007, Gardner voted against a bill requiring hospitals to inform survivors of a sexual assault of the availability of emergency contraception.[16][17]

The Denver Post hailed Gardner as “the GOP Idea Man”. He was named one of the Top 40 young Republican lawmakers by the magazine Rising Tide. He became House Minority Whip in January 2007.[18]

Committee assignments[edit]

  • House Education Committee[19][20]
  • House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee
  • Legislative Council[21]

U.S. House of Representatives[edit]

Gardner's 112th Congressional session official photo

Elections[edit]

2010

Gardner won the Republican primary in the 4th Congressional District to challenge Democratic incumbent Betsy Markey. Also running were American Constitution Party nominee Doug Aden and Independent Ken "Wasko" Waszkiewicz. In an early September poll, Gardner was up 50% to 39% over Markey.[22]

Gardner was named one of the GOP Young Guns. He was endorsed by former U.S. Congressman Tom Tancredo.[23] On November 2, 2010, Gardner defeated Markey, 52%–41%.

2012

Gardner ran unopposed in the Republican primary before going on to defeat Democratic nominee Brandon Shaffer 59%–37% in the general election.[24] He was helped by the 2010 redistricting, which cut Fort Collins and Larimer County out of the district. Fort Collins had long been the 4th's largest city. For years, Larimer and the district's second-largest county, Weld County, home to Greeley, accounted for 85 percent of the district's population even though they only took up 15 percent of its land.

Tenure[edit]

Energy and environmental issues[edit]

Shortly after taking office, Gardner introduced legislation that would speed up clean-air permits for companies engaged in offshore drilling in Alaska, which he says would create jobs and reduce dependence on foreign oil.[25] The House passed Gardner's bill by a vote of 253 to 166 on June 22, 2011.[26]

On June 6, 2013, Gardner introduced the Reducing Excessive Deadline Obligations Act of 2013 (H.R. 2279; 113th Congress), a bill that would amend the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 and the Solid Waste Disposal Act.[27] The bill would change the frequency of reports from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) about solid waste regulations.[28] Rather than automatically reviewing the regulations every three years, the EPA would be able to review them on an as needed basis.[29] It would also grant precedence to state requirements for solid waste disposal when creating new federal requirements.[28]

On March 6, 2014, Gardner introduced the Domestic Prosperity and Global Freedom Act (H.R. 6; 113th Congress), a bill that would direct the United States Department of Energy (DOE) to issue a decision on an application for authorization to export natural gas within 90 days after the later of: (1) the end of the comment period for that decision as set forth in the Federal Register, or (2) the date of enactment of this Act.[30]

Economic issues[edit]

In March 2011, Gardner introduced bipartisan legislation that would require congressional committees to hold hearings on programs that are deemed duplicative by a U.S. Government Accountability Office report. Gardner has said he believes such a measure would reduce waste in government.[31][32]

Gardner voted for the Ryan budget plan.[33][34]

On July 10, 2014, Gardner introduced legislation to reform the Earned Income Tax Credit program. The legislation seeks to reduce fraud in the program and dedicate the savings to increasing the credit for working families.[35]

In August 2014, Gardner broke ranks with the Republican Party and voted against a bill that would have dismantled the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.[36] Gardner has stated that he supports immigration reform in the form of a guest worker program and increased border security.[37]

Health care[edit]

In 2011, he voted in support of the “Respect for Rights of Conscience Act”, which states that “nothing in the Affordable Care Act shall be construed to authorize a health plan to require a provider to provide, participate in, or refer for a specific item or service contrary to the provider’s religious beliefs or moral convictions.”[38]

At the end of 2013, Gardner announced that he would introduce a bill to prohibit executives of state healthcare exchanges from getting bonuses.[39]

Social issues[edit]

In 2012, Gardner was one of 33 Republicans to vote for the Senate version of the Violence Against Women Act of 1994 (VAWA), which re-authorized the bill and expanded protections for Native Americans, immigrants, and gays.[40]

In 2012-13, Gardner co-sponsored personhood legislation titled the "Life Begins at Conception Act".[41] Gardner later said that he changed his mind on personhood, after listening to voters.[42] According to The Denver Post, “Gardner conceded that with his new position on personhood, he might be accused of flip-flopping simply to make himself more palatable to statewide voters.”[43] The nonpartisan Factcheck.org said “It would be clearer to say that Gardner supports efforts to ban abortion that could also ban some forms of birth control. As for his change of position, voters in Colorado should know Gardner still supports a federal bill that would prompt the same concerns over birth control as the state measure he says he rejects on the same grounds.”[44]

In June 2014, Gardner called for over-the-counter access to oral contraceptives and said the birth control pill would be safer and cheaper if it was available over the counter.[45]

Committee assignments[edit]

U.S. Senate[edit]

Committee assignments[edit]

U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter and Senators Joni Ernst, Daniel Sullivan, John McCain, Tom Cotton, Lindsey Graham, and Cory Gardner attending the 2016 International Institute for Strategic Studies Asia Security Summit in Singapore

Elections[edit]

2014

Gardner was the Republican nominee for Senate, and won against incumbent Senator Mark Udall in the general election. Gardner won by a 2% margin over Udall, with a 49% to 46% advantage. Gardner received 965,974 votes to Udall's 916,245 votes.[3][46]

In October 2014, the Denver Post endorsed Gardner, writing that "he has emphasized economic and energy issues (and was, for example, an early supporter among Republicans of renewable energy). ... "his past views on same-sex marriage are becoming irrelevant now that the Supreme Court has let appeals court rulings stand and marriage equality appears unstoppable. And contrary to Udall's tedious refrain, Gardner's election would pose no threat to abortion rights."[47] Former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway endorsed Gardner.[48]

No Labels performed independent get-out-the-vote efforts on behalf of its Problem Solvers, including Gardner.[49]

Political Positions[edit]

Gun law[edit]

In 2014, the National Rifle Association (NRA) endorsed Gardner and gave him an "A" rating for being "the only candidate in this race who will support the rights of Colorado's law-abiding gun owners and sportsmen," according to the NRA-Political Victory Fund's Chris W. Cox.[50] As of 2017, Gardner has received $3,879,064 in donations from the NRA.[51]

In 2016, Gardner voted against the Feinstein Amendment, which sought to ban gun sales to anyone known or suspected of being a terrorist. He also opposed an amendment making it necessary for background checks to take place for guns bought at gun shows and online.[52]

In response to the 2017 Las Vegas Strip shooting, Gardner requested that the shooting not be "politicized" and offered thoughts and prayers to the victims.[53][54]

Health care[edit]

Gardner was part of the group of 13 Republican Senators drafting the Senate version of the American Health Care Act, which is the GOP legislation to repeal-and-replace the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare).[55] He voted in favor of all variations of AHCA that came up for a vote in the Senate.[56] The New York Times reported that in September 2017, when the GOP made another attempt to pass legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act, Gardner warned Republican legislators at a closed luncheon that failure to pass any repeal legislation would lead to a backlash by big donors to the Republican, as well as the grassroots.[57]

Immigration and refugees[edit]

Gardner critiqued President Donald Trump's 2017 executive order to impose a ban on travel to the U.S. by citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries, saying: "While I am supportive of strengthening our screening processes and securing our borders, a blanket travel ban goes too far. I also believe that lawful residents of the United States should be permitted to enter the country. I urge the Administration to take the appropriate steps to fix this overly broad executive order."[58]

Energy and environmental issues[edit]

Gardner has stated that he believes climate change is occurring, but he is unsure whether humans are causing it.[59][60][61][62] Gardner supports construction of the Keystone Pipeline. He is pro-fracking.[63]

Economic issues[edit]

Gardner is a signer of Americans for Tax Reform's Taxpayer Protection Pledge.[64] He strongly supports legislation which would require that the US Federal Reserve be audited.[65]

Social issues[edit]

In response to the October 2014 announcement from the U.S. Supreme Court allowing same-sex marriage to become the law in 30 states including Colorado, Gardner reaffirmed his position that marriage should only be between a man and a woman but stated, "This issue is in the hands of the courts and we must honor their legal decisions."[66]

Electoral history[edit]

Colorado District 63 election, 2006[67]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Cory Gardner 15,736 73%
Democratic Pauline Artery 5,732 27%
Colorado District 63 election, 2008[68]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Cory Gardner*
Colorado's 4th Congressional District election, 2010
Party Candidate Votes % +%
Republican Cory Gardner 138,634 52%
Democratic Betsy Markey* 109,249 41%
Constitution Doug Aden 12,312 5%
Independent Ken "Wasko" Waskiewicz 3,986 2%
Colorado's 4th Congressional District election, 2012
Party Candidate Votes % +%
Republican Cory Gardner* 200,006 58%
Democratic Brandon Shaffer 125,800 37%
Libertarian Josh Gilliland 10,682 3%
Constitution Doug Aden 5,848 2%
U.S. Senate election in Colorado, 2014
Party Candidate Votes % +%
Republican Cory Gardner 983,891 48%
Democratic Mark Udall* 944,203 46%
Libertarian Gaylon Kent 52,876 3%
Independent Steve Shogan 29,472 1%
Independent Raul Acosta 24,151 1%
Unity Bill Hammons 6,427 0%
Independent (Write-in) Willoughby 21 0%
Republican (Write-in) Kathleen Cunningham 17 0%

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