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In run-up to Election Day, Gardner camp drums up national security fears

WITH a week until this off-year election, Republicans had two options to prod their party members to vote. One was to pull months of punches...

ProgressNow parodies Hickenlooper-hitting Citizens United trailer

Legalized marijuana, background checks for gun purchases, renewable energy development, health care reform, local-control bans on fracking: Citizens United says one man alone is...

‘China Girl’ ad levels blatant false charge in key state Senate race

Colorado Citizens for Accountable Government, a conservative politics organization, is back, spending heavily in state elections this cycle. And some of the roughly $200,000...

Another Karl Rove-Crossroads ad full of Obamacare bunk

  When are cuts to Medicare not cuts to Medicare at all? When Republican politicians on the campaign trail and Karl Rove's Crossroads GPS...

Fed Judge: No press exemption for Citizens United in Colorado

Citizens United is free to air and advertise its documentary targeting Gov. John Hickenlooper, but the group will have to tell Colorado voters who is paying to advertise the film.

Littwin: Karl Rove’s sad, mad, pretend JeffCo coffee klatchers

  It's no mystery why Republicans keep losing the women's vote in Colorado (personhood/abortion/birth control). But if you're even slightly confused, come with me for...

Karl Rove wants to start a ‘real conversation about issues that matter’

  Republican strategist Karl Rove is planning a full $6 million political advertising assault on Colorado voters in the coming weeks in support of U.S....

Littwin: Straight face? You try it.

  If every picture of Cory Gardner shows him flashing a big smile, there's a reason. And it's not just because he's a friendly, likable...

Udall campaign pivots to NSA and privacy

  Remember a few weeks ago when we considered how little online privacy was coming up in the hot, heavy and increasingly nasty U.S. Senate race...

In tight CD6 race, Coffman makes risky bet on ‘sleaze’ offensive

  IT is August and electoral campaigns are settling into what they hope will be their most winning lines of attack. Congressman Mike Coffman, the...