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Tuesday’s primaries brought some good news for Colorado progressives. Just not...

As of Wednesday morning, for the first time in her adult life, Vanessa Quintana is no longer a Democrat. The 27-year-old Denver activist registered as...

Cash dropped so far in Colorado’s governor race blows away 2010...

With one week to go until the primary, spending in Colorado’s 2018 governor’s race has shattered records – even for spending in general elections...

Wiretap: Superduper Tuesday and the return of 1968

Election day Two front-runners, five states, a batch of negative ads, stakes growing ever higher and it all adds up to one more day on...

Democratic Party’s primary parties tonight

For the Democratic Party faithful and those who simply want to witness the pain of defeat and glory of victory, Democrats are holding parties...

U.S. Senate primary: grassroots vs insiders, but who’s who?

With two close primary races for the U.S. Senate, some Colorado voters will go to the polls today or drop off last-minute mail-in ballots to determine who will battle it out in November. The vast majority of votes in what could be a record for a primarily mail-in election are already in. And the candidates for both parties would have voters believe that what’s at stake is the soul of the state – grassroots, western self-determination versus entrenched, inside-the-Beltway career political cronyism.