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In Colorado, Karl Rove (Gardner) beats Tom Steyer (Udall)

Before Citizens United, there would be no Senate race where two outside groups would account for nearly one out of every five dollars spent.

Mike Keefe on Karl Rove as horror movie director

Does fear mongering like this really work?

Littwin: Karl Rove’s sad, mad, pretend JeffCo coffee klatchers

  It's no mystery why Republicans keep losing the women's vote in Colorado (personhood/abortion/birth control). But if you're even slightly confused, come with me for...

Karl Rove wants to start a ‘real conversation about issues that...

  Republican strategist Karl Rove is planning a full $6 million political advertising assault on Colorado voters in the coming weeks in support of U.S....

Flattery: Karl Rove tweaked our reporting for a Crossroads ad

Let's play a fun game, what single word makes these two sentences different? "On the eastern plains, patients now outnumber their doctors 5,000 to one." "On...

Littwin: The dreadfully consistent anti-Obamacare industry

  IT has been a while, but the good times are officially back. There's another anti-Obamacare ad on a TV screen near you, this time...

Mucho dinero pours into swing-state Colorado for TV ads

  OF the millions of dollars candidates, party committees and outside groups have spent on TV air time in Colorado, not one dime has been...

Documents suggest Rove, Norquist groups played beyond campaign finance limits

On its 2012 tax return, GOP strategist Karl Rove's dark money behemoth Crossroads GPS justified its status as a tax-exempt social welfare group in part by citing its grants of $35 million to other similarly aligned nonprofits.

Request for IRS probe of 501(c)4 group has donors nervous

Tuesday, when the Campaign Legal Center filed a complaint with the IRS against the 501(c)(4) group Crossroads GPS, alleging that it was abusing its...

In campaign hinged on deficit spending, Buck supports all Bush tax...

In swing-state Colorado, as elsewhere across the nation, the size of the budget deficit and government spending have dominated 2010 election campaign rhetoric. The race in Colorado for U.S. Senate between Democratic Senator Michael Bennet and Weld County Republican D.A. Ken Buck has been so far shaped by Buck accusations that Bennet is a big-time tax and spender.