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Colorado woman accuses Kavanaugh: Here’s all of CoPo’s coverage

Author: Colorado Politics - October 6, 2018 - Updated: October 7, 2018

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Deborah Ramirez is pictured in a 2011 photo posted to the Facebook page of Boulder’s Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence, where she worked as a victim advocacy coordinator. (Courtesy Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence via Facebook)

Deborah Ramirez of Boulder has accused Brett Kavanaugh, who was confirmed Oct. 6 for U.S. Supreme Court, of sexual misconduct while the two were in college.

Ramirez was the second woman to come forward with allegations of sexual misdeeds against Kavanaugh, who has denied both accusations.

The Ramirez story broke Sunday, Sept. 23, when The New Yorker magazine posted an interview online. Here is all of the Colorado Politics coverage so far, from CoPo reporter Ernest Luning, our news partners at the Washington Examiner and KUSA-9News, The Washington Post and the Associated Press. The most recent stories appear first.

SUNDAY, OCT. 7

> Colo. accuser Ramirez blasts Senate for ‘looking the other way’ on Kavanaugh

SATURDAY, OCT. 6

> Kavanaugh confirmed by Senate; Bennet, Gardner split votes

THURSDAY, OCT. 4

> 4 questioned on Coloradan’s claims, senator says

TUESDAY, OCT. 2

> Lawyer for Kavanaugh’s Colo. accuser: ‘Great concern’ about FBI probe

MONDAY, OCT. 1

> Texts suggest Kavanaugh may have known about Coloradan’s allegations earlier than he let on

SATURDAY, SEPT. 29

> FBI interviews Deborah Ramirez, Brett Kavanaugh’s Colo. accuser

FRIDAY, SEPT. 28

> Protesters urge Sen. Gardner to vote against Kavanaugh

THURSDAY, SEPT. 27

> Fiery Kavanaugh denies quiet accuser Ford in Senate showdown

> High drama in Senate for pivotal Kavanaugh-Ford showdown

> Ford, Kavanaugh and the Senate hearing: A viewer’s guide

WEDNESDAY, SEPT 26

> Senate examines another potential Kavanaugh allegation after Cory Gardner gets anonymous letter

> Coloradan Ramirez in standoff with GOP over Kavanaugh testimony

> 6 takeaways from the NY Times piece on Kavanaugh’s Colo. accuser

> Ramirez’s attorney: Senate Judiciary Committee ‘refusing even to talk to us’

> Ramirez, Kavanaugh’s 2nd accuser, never sought spotlight, friends say

TUESDAY, SEPT. 25

> Attorney: Kavanaugh’s Boulder accuser wants FBI to investigate her allegations

> Trump attacks Kavanaugh accuser from Colo., saying she ‘has nothing’ and was ‘totally inebriated’

> White House ‘open’ to testimony by Kavanaugh accuser from Colorado

Brett Kavanaugh, with his wife Ashley Estes Kavanaugh, answers questions during a Fox News interview, Monday, Sept. 24, 2018, in Washington, about allegations of sexual misconduct against the Supreme Court nominee. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

MONDAY, SEPT. 24

> After Colo. accuser emerges, Trump leads GOP drive to save Kavanaugh

> Kavanaugh accuser Deborah Ramirez garners strong support from Colo. associates

> Senate panel is seeking interview with Kavanaugh’s Colorado accuser

> Bennet wants Kavanaugh confirmation halted until FBI investigates new allegations

> Gardner supports investigating Boulder woman’s new allegations against Kavanaugh

> Trump fires back against Colo. woman’s accusation against Kavanaugh

SUNDAY, SEPT. 23

> New Kavanaugh accuser is from Colorado

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