Date delivered: Oct. 2, 2018
Message type: mailer
Message tone: positive
About the message:
This mailer from super PAC Senate Majority Fund says Republican Senate candidate Christine Jensen will "fight to stop dangerous sanctuary city policies that put our families at risk," claiming that those here illegally who commit crimes are released from jail.
This Washington Post fact check notes that the city of Denver notifies immigration authorities when they are about to release someone from jail who has an immigration hold, offering a 48-hour window to pick up the individual.
Jensen faces Democratic Rep. Jessie Danielson for an open Senate seat in Jefferson County.
About the messenger: The Senate Majority Fund is a state-level super PAC that supports Republican candidates for Colorado's state Senate and opposes Democratic candidates.
The messenger's money: The group has raised about $2 million since Jan. 1, 2017, including $200,000 from Noble Energy, $77,200 from Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America, $64,000 from the Colorado Apartment Association, $45,000 from The Anschutz Corp. and $35,000 from Encana Oil & Gas,