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Littwin: In case Trump missed it, the Dem victories in Colorado...

Pick your adjective to describe the Democratic tsunami in Colorado Tuesday — huge, monumental, colossal, ginormous  — and I promise I can top it. This...

Littwin’s Official Unofficial This is Really the Last One #CO2018 governor’s...

By popular demand, the Littwin gov panel has reconvened for a gov primary postscript. Now that the race is over and Jared Polis and Walker...

Jared Polis wins Colorado Democratic primary for governor

Jared Polis has won Colorado’s Democratic primary for governor. Polis, 43, is a five-term congressman from Boulder who, if elected in November’s general election, would...

Campaign cash in four quick charts (with questions)

A ton of money is pouring into Colorado’s 2018 election cycle, and it’s likely to grow exponentially. Already, gubernatorial candidates spent nearly $15 million through...

Littwin: Ed Perlmutter, the might-have-been governor the Democrats let get away

In the bizarre political world in which we now live, one should be quite cautious before labeling anything either strange or unexpected because the...

Littwin: The governor’s race is so big that Democrats are sending...

Now that Jared Polis, the well-known political disrupter, has officially shaken up the Democratic race for governor, at least one thing is clear: No...

Colorado educators, lawmakers split on education secretary nominee Betsy DeVos

Colorado’s senior U.S. senator, Democrat Michael Bennet, is getting an earful from Colorado education advocates and lawmakers about Betsy DeVos. Bennet sits on the Senate...

Statehouse races are already burning big bucks

Most candidates for the state House and Senate won’t face off until fall, but a handful of primary races are already shaping up to...

Wiretap: We’re still living in the America made by LBJ

Every political argument that we're having today, all these years later, can find its roots in the Great Society.

Colorado voters reject billion-dollar education tax proposal

DENVER -- Frustrating, heartbreaking, disappointing, even devastating — words heard all over the hotel ballroom here where supporters of Amendment 66 gathered to watch the votes come in. What no one said aloud, but what was smuggled into the phrase “we came up short,” was the question How did it go so terribly wrong?