On Tuesday, Denver resident (as well as county GOP Treasurer and a regular fill-in for Jimmy Sengenberger) Kristina Cook, by and through her attorney, former Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler, filed a complaint with the Office of the Secretary of State detailing her findings that Dem. Gov. candidate Rep. Jared Polis failed “to fully disclose his extensive financial assets and property holdings.”
In particular, the 159-page complaint lays out the ways in which Polis’s 2017 filing with the SOS office differs extensively from his 2018 filing with the federal government – and neglects to include such multi-million-dollar interests as convertible notes received from BridgeHealth, a medical tourism company that has benefited from the Affordable Care Act and would stand to benefit from Polis’s single-payer healthcare plan.
On October 11, 2018 edition of Business for Breakfast, host Jimmy interviewed attorney Gessler extensively about this complaint in the first radio interview with either Gessler or Cook.