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It’s John Hickenlooper’s move. I don’t know if he plays chess or not, but the three-dimensional chess move to make here is to tell...
Bennet had less than $1 million cash on hand at the end of last year -- which was apparently, nearly two years from Election Day, a paltry laughable sum.
Democratic U.S. Senator Mark Udall is jabbing reelection opponent Congressman Cory Gardner on support for veterans, and Udall is doing it in what is a near-million-dollar first-round of Spanish-language television ads that will run through Election Day.
OF the millions of dollars candidates, party committees and outside groups have spent on TV air time in Colorado, not one dime has been...
Sen. Michael Bennet's campaign jumped on a story by Politico that had Romanoff Campaign Manager Bill Romjue stating that they had made no decision yet on whether to take Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee funds that are tainted with Political Action Committee dollars, and then reversed that decision a day later saying that in fact they would accept those donations. Romanoff's campaign said a communication error had occured.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC), citing Democrat Mark Udall's "commanding position to win this race," plans to pull its spending in the Colorado Senate contest and focus on more competitive races that could secure a filibuster-proof majority, The Denver Post reported Wednesday afternoon.
Amidst the DNC hoopla, Rep. Mark Udall spoke at a Democratic Senate Campaign Committee press conference in Denver. Udall is in a pitched battle with ex-Congressman Bob Schaffer for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by the retiring Sen. Wayne Allard.