RECALL EFFORT: Senator Hudak Who told Rape Victim Amanda Collins ‘Statistics not on her side’ About to get the Boot

Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the capitol, organizers wishing to recall a Democrat in the state senate are back with a name that sounds like an homage to a Hollywood sequel.

“Recall Hudak Too” is the moniker under which a group will re-try to collect enough signatures to recall Sen. Evie Hudak (D-Westminster).

The first effort to oust Hudak was scrapped after this year’s legislative session, while gun rights activists focused on recalling Senate President John Morse (D-Colorado Springs) and Sen. Angela Giron (D-Pueblo).

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In a close district, Morse was expected to be vulnerable, but political watchers in Colorado were surprised when Giron lost what was considered to be a safe Democratic seat.

Hudak, who gained the ire of conservatives during the debate over gun control, is not in a safe district.

With a libertarian candidate splitting the vote, Hudak won her seat in 2012 with only a 47 percent plurality, beating Republican Lang Sias by fewer than 600 votes.

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