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Littwin: Hick has made his big giddy-up move. He’s now officially...

John Hickenlooper has officially announced that he will, at some point, decide whether to run for president. This is apparently news because, although he...

Littwin: So much for the Dem civil war. In CO gov...

The strangest thing happened in the Democratic primary race a couple weeks ago. It finally got started. I know, it has been a year since...

Littwin: Colorado Republicans won’t stand for success

Last November, as you may remember, Cory Gardner not only won a seat in the U.S. Senate, but in the process he also gifted...

GOP Pueblo candidate Tom Ready not sure Sandy Hook shootings happened

  Republican candidate for the Pueblo County Commission Tom Ready is a former Republican Party county chairman and member of the state Parks Board. He's...

Tancredo will be Tancredo

The Colorado GOP’s nightmare is coming true. Tom Tancredo, unfazed by the candidates running against him, is speeding toward victory in the primary race for governor.  

Marshall’s embattled Colorado House candidacy highlights rift on the right

Nathaniel Marshall was reportedly recruited to run for office by Tim Neville, a prominent Colorado Republican politician with close ties to far-right kingmaker Dudley Brown.

Now or never

Colorado Congressman Cory Gardner seizes on what the struggling state GOP sees as a window of opportunity: he's taking a run at U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, generating enthusiasm and some Tea Party dissent.

Waiting for the shakeout

There are people in Big Money Republican circles eyeing campaign races around the country. So far, they don’t see anything worth spending on in swing-state Colorado

Littwin: Settling for a non-scandal

It's time we discussed the Mark Udall scandal, which, as scandals go, presents at least two very significant problems.

Wiretap: Insurance commissioner ruins perfectly good Mark Udall non-scandal

Marguerite Salazar, confirmed by the Senate in Denver Monday as state insurance commissioner, threw cold water on the state Republican outrage machine.
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