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Wiretap: Even National Review wonders if Alabama will elect a man...

From The National Review, David French writes that it’s one thing to honor important men and women who had profound moral failings — say,...

Pollsters miss “silent majority”

No matter which candidate wins the presidential election, pollsters and pundits are taking it on the chin Tuesday night. Almost every major poll and...

Wiretap: Bernie Sanders leads the polls, and even he’s “stunned”

Everybody's shocked If you're surprised that Bernie Sanders is doing so well in the polls against Hillary Clinton, you're not alone. The Bern says he is...

Poll shows Hickenlooper winning big, Senate in a dead heat

A poll conducted last week by 9NEWS and the Denver Post shows the Senate race between incumbent Democrat Michael Bennet and Republican challenger Ken...

Tancredo unleashes hounds of hell

American Constitution Party gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo Wednesday unleashed the hounds, first on Democrat John Hickenlooper and then on hapless Republican Dan Maes. First, Tancredo released this video of Marat Kudlis talking about an automobile accident caused by an illegal immigrant in which Kudlis’ son was killed.

Buck still leading Bennet

Colorado’s U.S. Senate race between Republican challenger Ken Buck and appointed Democratic incumbent Micahel Bennet continues to be close. The latest CNN/Time/Opinion Research poll...

Poll: Maes fading fast; Hickenlooper maintains strong lead

Is GOP candidate for governor Dan Maes a closet Hickenlooper supporter? As he continues to struggle, his Democratic rival, Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper continues...

The long march of gay marriage

Gay marriage advocates may have lost a number of battles at the ballot box this past year, but it appears they’re winning the war....

Gallup: Country so far split on health reform

The media and politicos have been dwelling obsessively on polling around the health reform legislation. For now, though, the data is fairly inconclusive. The...

Udall steamrolls Schaffer by 13 points in Rocky-CBS4 poll

Democrat Mark Udall leads Republican Bob Schaffer 51 percent to 38 percent in the race for Colorado's open Senate seat, amassing winning margins among both sexes and all ages in a Rocky Mountain News-CBS4 poll released Sunday night. Udall trounces Schaffer among the state's unaffiliated voters — 62 percent to 20 percent — surpassing Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama's 58 percent support among the group, according to the same news organizations' poll released late last week.