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In response to its all-but-unprecedented disaster that was the last election cycle, the Colorado Republican Party has come up with a plan — to...
The Denver District Court dismissed a lawsuit against Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains last Monday. The suit, filed by former Lieutenant Governor and...
This is the day Republican primary voters should be nominating someone who could reasonably challenge incumbent Gov. John Hickenlooper. But they won't, because there's no one in the four-way field who can.
In 2010, Colorado Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Jane Norton didn't want to be called a lobbyist. She said she was a director or an executive in "government relations."
Colorado's Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck has joined the national campaign to support Wisconsin Republican U.S. Senate candidate Mark Neumann. In a Monday email blast (pdf), Buck stressed that control of the Senate could well turn on this single race. That's the same thing analysts said about the race Ken Buck lost in 2010 to Michael Bennet in Colorado.
Is it really time to line up for Colorado's next senate race? Senator Mark Udall will be up for re-election in 2014, assuming he runs again. Friday, U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte, R-NH, sent out a fundraising letter on behalf of herself and Colorado's own Jane Norton.
The Colorado Statesman this week published a massive interview with Colorado GOP Chair Dick Wadhams. The reading is good but, for the most part,...
Republican U.S. Senate nominee Ken Buck's decision not to prosecute a rape case five years ago angers women still, more because of his dismissive attitude toward the victim than for the decision itself.
Campaign for a Strong Colorado, a coalition of progressive political groups in the state, is calling on U.S. Senate candidate Ken Buck to release a document drafted by an attorney for his campaign defending him against a campaign finance complaint. The complaint (pdf), written by Charles Grice, has been public since it was filed with the Federal Election Commission in May. It has been the subject of discussion in the political blogosphere, on talk radio shows and in the mainstream press, but Buck has played down the charges leveled by Grice and Buck's campaign denied requests by the Colorado Independent this month to make its defense public.