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These are words I rarely use in this order, but Cory Gardner’s latest political move has really surprised me. If you haven’t heard, Gardner...
More than 24 hours after polls closed and as the last ballots are being counted, University of Colorado law professor Phil Weiser maintains a...
Dozens of groups are balking at how metro Denver divvies its regional arts and cultural tax revenues, saying the newly proposed funding structure voters...
At 45 years old, Kopp’s not only the youngest man duking it out in the four-way GOP gubernatorial primary, he’s also the most plugged-in digitally. He’s the only candidate with an Instagram, for example.
"It’s a mystery as to how it serves their interests to have a bill that most centrist voters perceive as extreme and that will be quickly killed at the capitol."
Despite the demise of a bill to increase the percentage of votes needed to pass a voter initiated constitutional amendment in the Legislature this year, grassroots advocates recently voiced their opposition to the move they see as part of a trend by legislators to limit the power of the people.
Dear Marilyn Musgrave: I am not a liberal. I am also not a “Democratic consultant.” When your spokesman called me that, my wife and all my friends laughed so hard it sounded like they were howling. And you know what? Your resulting decision to not come on TV and be interviewed, as your opponent Betsy Markey agreed to do, did nothing more than strip you of the opportunity to get a half-hour of free air time. Sincerely, Eric Sondermann.