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Colorado now has more Dems than Republicans for the first time...

There are now more registered Democratic voters in Colorado than Republicans for the first time in two decades, according to new data from the...

National conservative Super PAC buys ads for Darryl Glenn

  A national Super PAC called Senate Conservatives Action, which aims to help elect hard right underdogs to the U.S. Senate, will air TV and radio ads in Colorado...

Littwin: Jon Keyser’s big dog won’t stop forgery questions

Let's call it the Cory Curse. It's as good an explanation as any. And let's agree that Jon Keyser, the would-be GOP golden boy, is...

Wiretap: Trans-rights fight shows GOP’s desperation

Last stand The transgender fight in North Carolina is more than just a fight over who uses which bathroom. It also shows the desperate state...

Want a presidential primary? Lawmakers vote no, for now.

Super Tuesday caucus chaos left many Coloradans begging their lawmakers to set up a presidential primary. Two efforts to do so tanked this week, with...

Littwin: Will Trump’s ‘hatred’ become America’s new norm?

May 4, 2016: This story has been updated to reflect that John Kasich has left the race. I'm not sure which is worse - that...

Hospital provider fee bill survives furious House challenge

  With just 13 days to go in the 2016 legislative session, the House today held its long-awaited debate on whether to reclassify a billion-dollar...

Jon Keyser loses a spot on the ballot by 86 signatures

Former state Rep. Jon Keyser of Morrison fell 86 signatures short of making the primary ballot for the Republican nod for U.S. Senate. Secretary of...

Opinion: Don’t believe the hype about the Employee Rights Act

Today many hard-working Coloradans aren’t getting a fair shake in our economy. Income inequality is rising and the middle class is disappearing. All the...

Opinion: Bill Clinton proves racism is not a partisan affair

Bill Clinton’s recent outburst at Black Lives Matter protesters reminds us that America’s history of racism—in the form of policy and official political discourse—is...