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DENVER — You could have mistaken Thursday morning’s round-the-block line outside the Exdo Events Center for a weekend night, since the venue shares real estate...
DENVER -- Former state Speaker of the House Andrew Romanoff played to win in Tuesday night's 6th District Denver Post debate. Congressman Mike Coffman...
Back in January former Republican Congressman Bob Beauprez said he couldn’t decide wether to run for U.S. senator or governor of Colorado. Nine months later, in the home stretch of his gubernatorial race against incumbent Democrat John Hickenlooper, it appears Beauprez has taken something of a combo approach — bringing federal issues into a race to lead the state, time and time again.
“We want to make sure [Boehner] hears from us every time he’s in town,” said Grace López Ramírez, an SEIU spokesperson.
Democratic U.S. Senator Mark Udall is jabbing reelection opponent Congressman Cory Gardner on support for veterans, and Udall is doing it in what is a near-million-dollar first-round of Spanish-language television ads that will run through Election Day.
The old joke -- that the worst part of running for Congress is winning -- doesn't get the problem exactly right, not this year at least.
All of the Republican members of the Colorado delegation in the House have voted the party line on DACA in the past. But something changed on Friday.
President Barack Obama gave a speech on middle class economics today from a shady grove in Denver’s Cheesman Park. The event, limited to roughly 100 invited members of the public, comes at the end of Obama’s whirlwind tour of Colorado’s capital city ...
Immigration reform is a key issue in Colorado elections, where 14 percent of the voting population is Hispanic and where 70 percent of voters overall support reform. Protests in favor of immigration reform, or of at least staying deportations, have become near-weekly fixtures of the state’s tight political races.