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Answer the questions: U.S. Senate debate highlights politics of the non-answer

Statements humming with talking points came at a furious clip, but answers to questions trickled out sideways or not at all.

In GOP primary, every day is Tancredo day

  It's another Tuesday and time for the latest version of the weekly Littwin GOP Guv Rankings. And the internal polls that I've been told...

It’s Tuesday!!!! You know what that means

  It's Tuesday. Just five weeks from the June 24 Colorado Republican Party primary for governor. And the race is heating up. In fact, the...

Three: The number of Colorado Republican House members on record so...

It's not exactly a tidal wave. But the three Republican members of the House who have gone on record as supportive of state Senator Pat Steadman's civil unions bill suggests Democratic House sponsor Mark Ferrandino is right to be confident that the bill will pass if it could somehow climb over likely House committee hurdles.

Journalist Bill Menezes on opportunities seized and squandered in Colorado’s shifting...

Colorado Independent contributor Jason Salzman has been hunting down veteran Denver journalists no longer reporting regularly to talk about Colorado journalism in the era...

Bennet-backing Latino leaders demand apology from Romanoff for photoshop blunder

A coalition of Colorado Latino leaders who mostly back Sen. Michael Bennet in the campaign for U.S. Senate blasted Andrew Romanoff for a photo-doctoring...

Penry reportedly dropping out of governor’s race

Reports surfacing in the last hour suggest State Sen. Josh Penry is set to announce he will be ending his campaign to unseat Gov. Bill Ritter. Penry campaign spokesman Andrew Cole did not confirm reports. Although Penry jumped into the campaign strongly this summer, winning "rising star" status from popular Washington Post blogger Chris Cillizza, he has recently struggled.

Ex Rep. Tancredo opines on Senate race, Denver Post writes it...

Former Colorado U.S. Representative, illegal-immigration crusader and cable news hyperbole generator Tom Tancredo had some thoughts he wanted to share on Republican Jane Norton's...

News Nuggets, 19 August 2009: Chaffee County gave away the water

Dug up fresh, daily. AWAY WENT THE WATER: The good news is that citizens made a stand. The bad news is that today they lost....

Dick Wadhams and the politics of mouthwash

Two things jump to mind when thinking about the outcome of the Colorado vote: 1. Rep. Doug Lamborn — two years ago a freshman trying to find the Capitol bathroom — is now the Dean of Colorado’s Republican delegation in Washington. 2. Dick Wadhams’ threat to shove a bunch of 30-second ads up Democrat Mark Udall’s ass over a missed vote might just have marked the Macaca moment of his failed effort to get his old pal Bob Schaffer elected to the United States Senate. Such trashy talk underscores what went so utterly wrong for Republicans in Colorado on Tuesday.
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