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Tipton wins another term in Western Slope congressional district

UPDATE: former state Sen. Gail Schwartz conceded the Third Congressional District race at 10:45 Wednesday morning, telling The Colorado Independent she was about to contact Rep. Scott...

Homestretch: The race for Colorado’s Western Slope 3rd Congressional District

  Colorado’s Third Congressional District, which extends across the Western Slope and along the state’s southeastern region to Pueblo, is up for grabs this year....

The congressional battle for the Western Slope: Schwartz versus Tipton

With Democrats doing everything they can to link Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to down-ballot candidates, one of the races to watch in Colorado...

Fundraising in Colorado’s hottest congressional races tops $8 million

Aspen millionaire Tatnall Hillman has donated more to conservative campaigns this year than in any previous year, doling out at least $800,000 to congressional campaigns,...

Schwartz v. Tipton – the battle for Colorado’s Third Congressional District

With Democrats doing everything they can to link Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to down-ballot candidates, one of the races to watch in Colorado...

The Indy’s Corey Hutchins talks Colorado politics on Devil’s Advocate

  Colorado Independent journalist Corey Hutchins sat down with political editor Ernest Luning of The Colorado Statesman and host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute, to...

Dems boost Gail Schwartz’s race against Rep. Scott Tipton

Former state Sen. Gail Schwartz of Crested Butte has moved up on the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee list of races to win. Today, Schwartz, who...

Sanders dominated and one vote actually mattered in CD3

  If you think one vote doesn’t matter, just ask Steve Sheldon of Eagle County. He missed making the Democratic primary ballot for Congressional District 3...

Beauprez ‘gets it’ on secession, urban-rural rift, backers say

  Supporters of a secession movement approved by voters in 5 of 11 rural Colorado counties last year haven’t been feeling the love from either...

Experts warn public policy must change in wake of wildfires

ASPEN -- Public policy and political will must shift as dramatically as the winds that have whipped Colorado’s record wildfires, experts say, or the state’s residents will continue to pay a higher and higher price for forests that are dying due to global climate change.