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Colorado governor’s race: It’s caucus day. Here’s what you should know.

Colorado voters are primed for the governor’s race of a generation. It starts in earnest today.  With more than a dozen Democratic and Republican hopefuls...

Election study group hears mostly “no” on presidential primary

Photo: Voters participate in a caucus in Denver on March 1.  If the first in a series of forums on Colorado’s caucus and primary system...

Want a presidential primary? Lawmakers vote no, for now.

Super Tuesday caucus chaos left many Coloradans begging their lawmakers to set up a presidential primary. Two efforts to do so tanked this week, with...

Unexpected turnout throws Boulder caucus into chaos

A shockingly high turnout caused hundreds of registered Democrats to leave a North Boulder caucus Tuesday night without casting their votes. Disorganization and overcrowding left many voters,...

Morgan Carroll dubs GOP candidates fascists and nut jobs at Colorado...

  AURORA, CO — GOP U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman's opponent Morgan Carroll called Republicans running for the White House “nut jobs” who are on a...

Colorado’s Clinton-Sanders endorsement events in 2 photos

  DENVER — When it comes to how the Bernie-Hillary showdown looks on the ground in Colorado, two recent photographs might say a lot. Above are photos from...

Here’s how many unaffiliated voters became Dems before the Colorado deadline

  During a Feb. 3 event for Bernie Sanders in Colorado Springs, field director Josh Phillips told supporters the campaign had convinced 3,000 non-Democratic voters to change...

Today, Jan. 4, is your deadline to declare a party if...

In Colorado, voters who want to participate in Democratic or Republican caucuses have to declare party affiliation by Jan. 4.   Want to participate in the...

RedState’s Erickson makes Buck fundraising pitch

Weld County D.A. and GOP U.S. Senate candidate Ken Buck received a key endorsement months ago from Erick Erickson, the founder of popular national...

Romanoff paints Colorado caucus win as endorsement for populist candidacy

DENVER-- Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff reveled in his caucus victory during a press conference Wednesday morning. He called it a populist victory that sent a message to Washington and Wall Street and he leveled a new round of attacks on primary opponent U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet.