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U.S. Chamber of Commerce enters the ad market

Denver political ad buys are escalating (but you knew that), here's the latest.

Colorado political ad watch: This week’s numbers

So far more than $3.7 million for 38 hours of political ads are contracted at Denver's top five TV stations. It will only get worse.

Denver TV station subject of political ad complaint

Complaints are filed over political ads against 11 TV stations, including Denver's KMGH.

Colorado GOP gov hopefuls — 3 of them — debate

Three Republican candidates agree they don't like Hick and they love fracking, but they differ on some issues.

Denver political ad buys top $3 million so far

Outside groups will spend heavily on TV time in Colorado, and they're already booking time for fall.

Udall first candidate to hit the 2014 airwaves

Sen. Mark Udall's campaign will begin airing $500K worth of ads later this week through May 6 in one of the country's top Senate races.

It’s a 4-way GOP race in the 4th CD

Barbara Kirkmeyer and Steve Laffey join Scott Renfroe and Ken Buck in the battle to succeed Cory Gardner in the 4th.

Conservation Voters take aim at Gardner with new ad

Another outside group steps into Colorado's hot U.S. Senate race featuring Sen. Mark Udall and Rep. Cory Gardner.

Beauprez makes GOP gov race — barely

2006 GOP gubernatorial nominee gets just enough signatures to make the primary ballot a four-way race.

Campaign cash: Keeping up with the congressional candidates

Colorado Independent is updating the big numbers from congressional candidates as they file quarterly reports with the Federal Election Commission on April 15.
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