Cynthia Coffman can refer to: Cynthia Coffman (politician), lawyer and politician from the state of Colorado; Cynthia Coffman (murderer), convicted murderer from the state of California. Disambiguation icon, This disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name. If an internal link led you here, you may ...
Cynthia H. Coffman is an American lawyer and politician from the state of Colorado. A member of the Republican Party, she is the Attorney General of Colorado. In November, 2017, she entered the race for Governor of Colorado. She joined a crowded field of candidates seeking the Republican nomination for Governor in ...
Cynthia Lynn Coffman and James Marlow were accused of killing four women in October–November 1986. They were sentenced to death in 1990. Coffman being the first woman to receive a death sentence in California since the reinstatement of the death penalty in 1977.
“I am running for Governor because Colorado needs a strong, principled leader who understands the diverse nature of our rural communities and the increasing tensions of urban living. I will lead our growing state forward in a way that leaves no individual or region behind.” ...
Nov 8, 2017 ... Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman is running for governor of Colorado, leaving her post as a well-liked conservative at the helm of the state's law enforcement community to join a crowded and messy Republican primary.
Feb 27, 2018 ... If Cynthia Coffman is to become Colorado's next governor, the current attorney general first must convince a small circle of Republican activists that she's conservative enough to qualify for the GOP primary -- let alone win it.
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Also vying to succeed Suthers as Colorado's chief legal officer was Republican contender Cynthia Coffman. Coffman served as chief deputy under Suthers. Coffman's husband, Mike Coffman (R), is a three-term U.S. Representative from Colorado's 6th Congressional District and a former Colorado Secretary of State.