• Morse Camp Intimidates Recall Backers

    Retired Navy & Air Force officer Bernie Herpin calls on Morse to stop harassing his constituents and embrace the democratic process

    Early Saturday voters in Senate District 11 started getting harassing calls from backers of embattled Senate President John Morse asking them to if they would like to remove their name from the Morse Recall Petition.

    “This is yet another example of the John Morse camp is showing a blatant disregard for the citizens of Senate District 11,” declared Bernie Herpin.

    “It becomes clearer by the day that John Morse must be replaced with someone who has spent their life defending the Constitution.”

    “I’m calling on John Morse to stop the intimidation of his constituents and embrace the democratic process,” concluded Herpin.

    Numerous people who received the calls contacted Herpin so he could get the word out.

    “I said heck no I wasn’t going to have my name removed… I wish I could sign it 6 more times,” said Mark Finley of Colorado Springs who received a call.

    “I asked if he was being paid and he said he was,” continued Finley.

    Retired police officer, Dan Myers commented, “I thought the call was fishy so I asked him what his name was and he said Jeremy. Then I asked his last name. He said Jeremy again. So I said your name’s Jeremy Jeremy? He said ‘yes’. It sounded like he was a paid caller so I asked if he was. He said yes. I asked how much. He said “enough.” At that point the call was basically over.”

    Construction company owner Ron Holladay said, “After trying to convince me to change my mind about signing the John Morse recall petition, I asked if they were being paid by the Morse campaign. They refused to answer the question and hung up.”

    Recall Petition Signers got the call from the number (719) 218-9501. When a call is placed to the number, the caller simply gets the sound of a fax machine.

  • Bernie Herpin Running to Replace Morse in Recall

    Retired Navy and Air Force officer says he will “defend our Constitutional Rights”


    Colorado Springs, CO - Today, retired Navy and Air Force officer, Bernie Herpin declared that he is running to replace John Morse in the historic State Senate District 11 Recall Election.

    “For too long, John Morse has been more interested in doing the bidding of Big Government interests in Denver and Washington and less interested in the economic concerns and well-being of our community,” said Bernie Herpin.

    “That’s why I’m running to defend our Constitutional rights and promote an environment where small businesses are free to create jobs and improve our local community.”

    Bernie Herpin has served Colorado Springs in many capacities over the years. He has held many leadership positions at his home church in the heart of State Senate District 11.

    Additionally, Herpin is past president of the Pikes Peak Firearms Coalition and has been a longtime volunteer for the Colorado Springs Police Department. He also served on city council in both an appointed and elected capacity.

    In the coming days, as the wildfires continue to subside and the process of rebuilding begins, Bernie Herpin will make a formal announcement.

    “For now, my wife, Linda, and I would ask that people join us in turning their focus and prayers to the wildfire victims and the first responders fighting to protect our community,” concluded Herpin.

    Bernie resides in Colorado Springs with his wife of 48 years, Linda. They have three daughters and six grandchildren.

    For more information, please contact Bernie Herpin at 719-661-0210 or email the campaign at Info@BernieHerpin.com.