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Pace sets fundraising record in 3rd District

Congressional candidate Sal Pace set another fundraising record as he continues to demonstrate his ability to compete against Scott Tipton in the 3rd Congressional District.

Hickenlooper increases fundraising lead

Denver Mayor and Democratic nominee for governor John Hickenlooper continues to be the cash king, pulling in more money in the last two weeks...

Tancredo hauling in the bucks — but still trails Hickenlooper badly

American Constitution Party gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo has now raised more money in his run for governor — which began barely a month ago...

Maes vows to raise $500,000, more than double his total so...

Republican nominee for governor Dan Maes announced on his Facebook page today that he intends to raise $500,000 today, which if he does would...

Hick reports raising $403,597 in August

Democrat John Hickenlooper announced today that his campaign raised $403,597 in August. Neither his official campaign finance report nor those of Republican candidate Dan...

Romanoff Q2 numbers released, completes snapshot of primary races last days

Second-quarter fundraising totals for the U.S. Senate race in Colorado are now fully available for review. Totals for holdout Democrat Andrew Romanoff complete the...

Ament falling behind Stapleton in raising campaign cash

Widely seen as the front-runner for the GOP nomination for Colorado state treasurer, J.J. Ament has fallen badly behind Walker Stapleton in fund raising....

Hickenlooper reports $1.1 million first-quarter haul

Gubernatorial candidate John Hickenlooper today disclosed that his campaign has raised more than $1.1 million since he entered the race in January. Fundraising disclosures...

DeMint endorsement in Indiana race translates as fast cash

South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint, Tea Party favorite and leading national voice for disgruntled Republican voters, endorsed Ken Buck in the Colorado U.S. Senate...

Colorado campaign spending quadrupled from 2004 to 2008

Political campaign spending, you might say, is trending through the roof, and not just on the federal level. State politicians and political issue committees are raising historic sums, according to a study released today by the National Institute on Money in State Politics. And the spending works. Incumbent lawmakers raise more money than their opponents and they win 95 percent of the time. In 2004, Colorado politicians and committees spent $20 million winning and losing votes. In 2008, they spent $85 million.