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GOP gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes is starting to feel it, spokesman Nate Strauch told the Colorado Independent at 9:30 p.m. "We're feeling pretty good,"...
As Colorado voters turned in last-minute ballots to pick a Republican candidate for governor Tuesday, the current governor stood on the west steps of the state capitol in Denver and tossed a huge wrench in the GOP campaign machine’s attacks on his “New Energy Economy.”
Colorado Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes went on MSNBC Monday to explain his view that Denver’s bike-sharing program, B-Cycle, was part of a larger...
Colorado Ethics Watch filed a complaint last month asserting that GOP candidate for governor and Colorado licensed attorney Scott McInnis violated professional ethics rules when he plagiarized articles for which he was paid $300,000. The Colorado Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel took up the investigation in July and gave McInnis 20 days to file a defense (pdf). The deadline came and went last Wednesday.
When Scott McInnis left Congress and came to the Hasan family looking for work, sympathetic Malik Hasan gave McInnis a $300,000 fellowship that he...
"When you get the first draft pick, you go after the best athlete," Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper recently said of his choice of Colorado State University-Pueblo President Joe Garcia as his running mate in the race for the governor's office in November.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis spokesman Sean Duffy told the Colorado Independent Friday afternoon that he’s still following up on tax questions regarding $112,500...
Colorado Republican candidate for governor Scott McInnis and his staff have refused for weeks to discuss payments made to him for plagiarized water articles by the Hasan Family Foundation and why part of that money was diverted to Invest 2 corporation.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis today released a seven-page “Roadmap to Revitalization,” which like most political plans is long on catch phrases and short on details. In a nutshell, the plan calls for making Colorado more pro-business by reducing regulations and holding the line on taxes.