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Are Colorado’s Republican US Senate candidates too much alike?

DENVER — Eager to understand what sets candidates apart in the crowded field of GOP contenders vying to unseat U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet this...

Candidates in GOP US Senate race agree to agree

DENVER — Eager to understand what sets candidates apart in the crowded field of GOP contenders vying to unseat U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet this...

Robert Blaha’s Senate messaging: The Fuhrer, toilets and fisting

Exploding toilets, fisting and now Adolf Hitler have all been featured in wealthy Colorado Springs Republican businessman Robert Blaha's U.S. Senate campaign messaging. His coarse...

Why this US Senate race is unusual for Colorado

  Colorado's professional left calls it the clown car. State Democrats blast out a news release denoting the latest announced candidate as “lucky number 13.”...

Robert Blaha to become 7th GOP candidate in Colorado’s U.S. Senate...

A crowded crop of Republican primary candidates hoping to challenge Democrat Michael Bennett for the U.S. Senate looks like it will get even more crowded. Robert Blaha, who could occupy...

GOP establishment grasping for 2016 Senate candidate

  With the news yesterday that 18th Judicial District Attorney George Brauchler would not seek the 2016 Republican nomination for Senate, who becomes the GOP’s...

Tim Neville’s bid for U.S. Senate thrusts GOP primary rightward

If there’s anything state Sen. Tim Neville, the most recent and first viable GOP contender for Democrat Michael Bennet’s U.S. Senate seat, should get...

Fifth District race getting weird as it goes down to the...

The race for the Republican nomination for the Fifth District congressional seat, centered in Colorado Springs, grows weirder by the day. You've got three-term incumbent Doug Lamborn waging a war of words not only with the district's biggest and most important newspaper, The Gazette, but also with his predecessor in Congress, Joel Hefley.

In Colorado, congressional challengers are opening their personal wallets

Depending on how things go in Colorado's primaries June 26 and in the general election in November, this will either be the year that congressional challengers were able to buy their way into office or the year in which challengers spent millions of their own money only to say in the end that they gave it their best and lost anyway.

Pace blasts Tipton for pro-spending vote

Today, Democratic congressional candidate Sal Pace blasted Third District incumbent Republican Scott Tipton for voting against a 10 percent cut in the congressional franking budget, which pays for communications conducted with constituents by sitting members of Congress.