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LOVELAND - Republican U.S. Senate candidate and Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck celebrated his primary win Tuesday night over Jane Norton as a victory for true conservative principles and the willingness to stand up for them against an unresponsive Washington culture of excess.
LOVELAND-- The state GOP assembly is underway here at the Budweiser Events Center and state Party Chairman Dick Wadhams kicked it off with a crowd-pleasing bang, zinging Democrats running for office in the state with nicknames and broad-stroking them as Europe lovers: “Accidental senator Michael Bennet and Denver Mayor John Hickenritter want to make us like Europe. We won’t stand for that. Hear me clearly, Mayor Hickenritter, Senator Bennet, Representative Betsy Markey, Representative John Salazar—you will not make the Unites States of America just another part of Europe.”
Tea partiers came roaring out of the gate last spring determined to shake up the political system. In Colorado, tea party groups invited candidates...
Fort Collins City Council member Diggs Brown has endorsed state Rep. Cory Gardner, R-Yuma, in the 4th Congressional District race, according to Fort Collins...
The Associated Press described last night's caucus results as a measure of anti-establishment sentiment but that's a stretch. The results suggest voters' feelings were mixed, that there are no clear frontrunners, and that Coloradans should be prepared for heated campaigns for months to come.
Nothing goes over at a Tea Party forum quite like jokes about Al Gore and global warming. National Guardsman Diggs Brown, who is running...
The self described "regular guy" from Loveland, Dean Madere, a member of the Glenn Beck-inspired Loveland 9/12 project, is formally announcing his candidacy tonight...