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CD7 race recap: Perlmutter-Frazier could be a tight one

Colorado GOP insiders have long thought Ryan Frazier had potential. He's a charismatic black moderate in a party where any one of those three is worth noticing.

Perlmutter’s first TV ad exhibits Hickenlooperian folksy charm

You may not always be in the mood to talk to a politician when you’re grabbing dinner, a few donuts or whatever it is...

GOP pollster finds Perlmutter in close contest with Frazier

A Republican pollster recently conducted a survey that found Democratic incumbent Rep. Ed Perlmutter and Ryan Frazier roughly even in their contest for Colorado's...

Missing in action: Aurora Council unfazed by Frazier’s poor attendance

Maybe 7th Congressional District GOP nominee Ryan Frazier is just a busy guy. Currently serving on the Aurora City Council, Frazier has been absent or late for half the meetings held in the past two years. Of the last 53 meetings, Frazier has missed 16 and been late for an additional 10. The other nine members of the board have missed a combined 19 in that time.

Markey, Perlmutter set telephone town halls on health care reform Monday

Democratic U.S. Reps. Ed Perlmutter and Betsy Markey will be holding telephone town halls to talk with constituents about health care reform Monday night....

Perlmutter telephone town hall on federal energy legislation postponed

UPDATE: Because of votes on the House floor, the telephone town hall with U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter has been cancelled Wednesday night. Carry on. U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter is holding a telephone town hall to discuss energy and climate-change proposals before Congress from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday night. It’s the fifth time the Golden Democrat has used the technology to talk with thousands of constituents simultaneously.

LIVE BLOG: Perlmutter telephone town hall on federal stimulus legislation

Rep. Ed Perlmutter is holding a telephone town hall to discuss “economic challenges, relief efforts and recovery proposals in Congress" from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday night. It's the fourth time the Democrat has used the technology to talk with thousands of constituents simultaneously.