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National conservative Super PAC buys ads for Darryl Glenn

  A national Super PAC called Senate Conservatives Action, which aims to help elect hard right underdogs to the U.S. Senate, will air TV and radio ads in Colorado...

Robert Blaha receives excessive donations

A look at the April campaign filings for U.S. Senate candidate Robert Blaha of Colorado Springs, who is largely self-funding his race to become...

Six far right facts about Tim Neville, Colorado’s latest possible GOP...

Last week, state Sen. Tim Neville posted on Facebook that he will be kicking off a "listening tour" to decide whether to run for...

Cory Gardner realizes personhood bad for at least one person (yeah,...

To the surprise of no one,  Cory Gardner has had an epiphany that "personhood" -- which he has either strongly supported or really, really...

Senate Majority PAC enters the ad race

The Democratic ad buy is at least $112,000; it means total Colorado TV ad purchases this month probably top $1 million.

Top campaign story of the year? Ken Buck’s implosion

Politics took on surreal tones in Colorado this year, with relative unknowns elected to major offices while other candidates rose from the ranks of the unknown only to fall back to near anonymity. Earlier this week. Today, we roll out out top two, the order of which could easily be switched.

All eyes on Bennet at Denver Dem HQ

DENVER-- The media has crashed the downtown Marriott, which is headquarters for a clutch of top Democratic candidates tonight. U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet is...

Rape victims deem Buck’s support of abortion ban ‘appalling’

Amendment 62 and Republican Ken Buck’s campaign for the United States Senate seat held by Democrat Michael Bennet have come together to create the perfect storm for women’s rights advocates in Colorado.

Buck’s refusal to prosecute rape case seemed based on ‘stereotypes,’ victim...

For the alleged victim in the 2005 rape case that Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck decided not to prosecute in 2006, his refusal seemed to reflect what she calls "stereotypes" based on her personal history and her behavior on the night of the alleged assault.

Schieffer lets Buck slide on Face the Nation

Looks like CBS anchor Bob Schieffer did about two minutes worth of homework prior to his interview with Ken Buck Sunday on Face the...