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Rep. Diana DeGette ‘not talking’ about her 2020 primary

WASHINGTON — Diana DeGette doesn’t want to discuss her 2020 primary. Not yet, anyway. “You know, I’m not talking about that right now,” the...

Colorado Latinos to the GOP: ‘Intolerance won’t win our votes’

Even though the pack of Republican candidates were the marquee event Wednesday, Colorado Latino leaders, students and community members weren't about to be upstaged. Hundreds turned...

Colorado’s Latino voters could be key in run to the White...

In Colorado and a handful of other swing states, the Hispanic vote is expected to be a key factor in this year's presidential election. As Republican campaign rhetoric around immigration has continued to turn off many Latino voters, some GOP strategists are suggesting the eventual Republican nominee can appeal to Hispanics by focusing on economic issues.

Bennet, Pena named co-chairs of Obama campaign

The Obama campaign announced today that Colorado Senator Michael Bennet and former Denver Mayor and Transportation Secretary Federico Pena have been named national co-chairs, along with 33 other people.

VIDEO: Obama comes to Colorado to stump for jobs

Speaking at Denver's Lincoln High School Tuesday, President Obama said that if Congress passed his jobs bill it would put thousands of Coloradans back to work. See his speech below.

VIDEO: Mayors race getting uglier by the day

The contest between Chris Romer and Michael Hancock for mayor of Denver is getting to the point where Tom Tancredo may need to step in and mediate.

Undocumented students lose in-state tuition vote, but new bill may rise...

Colorado's ASSET bill died in committee Monday as every Republican, including Robert Ramirez, voted no. Ramirez said he will work with Democrats to bring a bill next year that is more acceptable to conservatives.

Wellington Webb endorses Hancock for Denver mayor

Former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb and his wife, former state Rep. Wilma Webb, announced their endorsement Thursday of Michael Hancock for mayor in the upcoming election.

Salazar watched State of the Union speech from the White House

Last night, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar drew the short straw so to speak, and watched the State of the Union speech from the White House. The tradition of having a cabinet member or other high-ranking government official miss the speech goes back nearly 50 years.

Bennet, Hickenlooper, Udall, Pena rally the troops Sunday

The big guns were out in force for the Democrats Sunday at a get out the vote rally near Colfax and Kipling in Lakewood. Both...
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