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Forgery accusations won’t keep Jon Keyser off the ballot

Former state Rep. Jon Keyser of Morrison said, “I’m on the ballot,” 13 times last Thursday. He was responding to questions about forged signatures...

NOM strategy revealed: Drive a wedge between blacks and gays

The National Organization for Marriage, the nation’s largest lobby against marriage rights for same-sex couples, faced criticism on Tuesday over documents unsealed by a court in Maine outlining a plan to “drive a wedge between gays and blacks” on the issue. LGBT rights groups in Colorado and the nation are calling the strategy hurtful, divisive and cynical.

‘Are you kidding me?’ Boyles issues his Tancredo-hater list

In his most recent Cherry Creek Chronicle column supporting Tom Tancredo, Peter Boyles not only takes a pitchfork to Dan Maes, who has called...

McInnis touts transparency, dodges media and ProgressNow

DENVER-- Progressive activist group ProgressNow called for greater transparency from Republican candidate for governor Scott McInnis Tuesday outside the Denver Athletic Club, where McInnis was scheduled to debate Democratic candidate and Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper. The group hoped to give McInnis a petition from nearly 2000 Coloradans asking him to disclose more of his personal financial history.

Norton, set to announce bid for U.S. Senate, questioned about lobbyist...

Jane Norton, executive director of the Denver Police Foundation, former lieutenant governor and soon-to-be official Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, is another among the...
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