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Maes on ‘Big Three’: ‘We’ll be cutting into bone’

At the Colorado Nonprofit Association gubernatorial debate in Denver Thursday, Tea Party-backed GOP candidate Dan Maes said that based on his travels campaigning around the state this year he believes there is “little appetite” among voters for the three statewide tax-slashing initiatives slated for the ballot in November.

Hickenlooper backs away from Ritter drilling regs; still blasted by McInnis...

Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper reportedly almost lost a finger working as a petroleum geologist in the gas patches of Colorado’s Western Slope in the 1980s. Now, according to some environmentalists, as the state's Democratic Party gubernatorial candidate Hickenlooper is in effect giving the finger to supporters of tougher new drilling regulations that went into effect last spring.

News Nuggets: 29 July 2009

Dug up fresh, daily. ALL EYES ON GRAND JUNCTION: As negotiations over health care reform get down to the nitty gritty, national attention has...

Ritter campaign tallies $400,000 in 2nd quarter fundraising, launches Website

Gov. Bill Ritter's re-election campaign raised over $400,000 in the three months ending in June, his campaign announced in a release and e-mail to...

Penry set to end speculation on bid for governor’s office Saturday

Josh Penry has made up his mind and wants to tell Colorado what he's decided Saturday. So reports the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel, the hometown...

Advocacy group wants to buy McInnis geography book after mountain mixup

The liberal finger-waggers at ProgressNow Colorado pounced Monday on Scott McInnis with an offer to help the Grand Junction Republican "learn the geography of...
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