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Denver Democratic Mayor John Hickenlooper leads the Colorado gubernatorial race by 21 points, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll released Tuesday. But more surprising,...
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...
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 ski weekends. The story also quoted a Colorado Department of Transportation spokesman saying that the federal government would not allow such a restriction.
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 the ballot in November.
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...
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 he is in it until the end, or at least for as long as he is convinced “the people” want him in it.
DENVER -- Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes today told the Colorado Independent he’s staying in the race despite increasing pressure from the Colorado Republican...