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Hickenlooper still leads big as Tancredo surpasses Maes

Hickenlooper still leads big as Tancredo surpasses Maes

Denver Democratic Mayor John Hickenlooper leads the Colorado gubernatorial race by 21 points, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll released Tuesday. But more surprising, in […]...

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September 14, 2010 Blog, Politics
Hick reports raising $403,597 in August

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 Maes […]...

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September 7, 2010 Blog, Politics
Maes, Hick give Tancredo cold shoulder in joint 10-debate schedule

Maes, Hick give Tancredo cold shoulder in joint 10-debate schedule

Friday, American Constitution candidate for governor Tom Tancredo issued a statement asking Democratic candidate John Hickenlooper to agree to six one-on-one debates with Tancredo. Apparently […]...

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September 7, 2010 Blog, Politics
California highway experts say Hick’s I-70 trucking restrictions could fly

California highway experts say Hick’s I-70 trucking restrictions could fly

The Colorado Independent on Friday reported that gubernatorial candidate John Hickenlooper had floated the idea of restricting large truck traffic on I-70 west of Denver during peak hours as a way of alleviating congestion on holiday weekends or on busy...

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September 7, 2010 Center Well, Environment/Energy, Politics, Top Stories
Colorado guv candidates vary widely on tax slashing amendments

Colorado guv candidates vary widely on tax slashing amendments

DENVER -- In the first Colorado gubernatorial debate Thursday, the candidates who often generally agreed on the issues veered widely in their positions toward three proposed tax-slashing amendments engineered by Colorado anti-government figure Doug Bruce and scheduled for...

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September 3, 2010 Center Well, Politics, Top Stories
Tancredo, Maes oppose bilingual ballots despite federal law

Tancredo, Maes oppose bilingual ballots despite federal law

In a debate Thursday, the three gubernatorial candidates were asked whether Colorado should accommodate Spanish-speaking people by printing bilingual ballots. American Constitution Party candidate Tom […]...

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September 2, 2010 Blog, Politics
Maes vows to fight ‘culture war between people, machine’

Maes vows to fight ‘culture war between people, machine’

DENVER -- The three candidates for governor met downtown today for a friendly debate. That’s right, there are three candidates still very much in the race, at least to hear them tell it. A relaxed, smiling, joking Dan Maes said...

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September 2, 2010 Center Well, Politics, Top Stories
Tancredo says he’s pulled in $200,000 since July

Tancredo says he’s pulled in $200,000 since July

American Constitution Party candidate and former Republican congressman Tom Tancredo’s campaign said in a release today that it has raised more than $200,000 since he […]...

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September 2, 2010 Blog, Politics
Maes tells Colorado Independent ‘we aren’t going anywhere’

Maes tells Colorado Independent ‘we aren’t going anywhere’

DENVER — Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes today told the Colorado Independent he’s staying in the race despite increasing pressure from the Colorado Republican Party […]...

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September 2, 2010 Blog, Politics
GOP heat is on to get Maes out of gov’s race by Friday

GOP heat is on to get Maes out of gov’s race by Friday

Will GOP gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes step down? Pressure is mounting. Wednesday former U.S. Sen. Hank Brown withdrew his endorsement of Maes. At the same […]...

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September 2, 2010 Blog, Politics

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Attention womenfolk: Come let off some steam and dance with The Colorado Independent! Wear red and join us for a night of drinks, music, dancing and […]

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The Home Front: Federal Bureau of Land Management wants to move its headquarters to a state out west

“Members of Colorado’s congressional delegation and local officials are welcoming confirmation that came Thursday about the Interior Department’s plans to move the Bureau of Land […]

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