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How would Buck have voted on Brown V. Board of Education?

You may recall that last week’s BigMedia question of the week for reporters was, “Does Ken Buck support a ban on the use of...

Buck abortion stance largely ignored by Colorado media

No matter what you think of abortion, it’s fair to say that U.S. Senate candidate Ken Buck’s opposition to abortion, even in the case...

Romanoff: Supporting Bennet over Buck ‘an easy call’ for Democrats

DENVER -- Colorado Democratic leaders and national party officials united Thursday on the steps of the Colorado capitol to try to heal the wounds created in what many saw as a bloody Democratic primary race. Sen. Michael Bennet joined with primary challenger Andrew Romanoff to proclaim a united front in the siege on Bennet's Senate seat - a seat Bennet said was in a precarious position without the help of those supporters who once filled the phone banks and campaign headquarters of the Romanoff camp.

Anti-birther Buck beleaguered as Norton picks up Brewer nod

As GOP Senate candidate Ken Buck continues to step in it with comments about primary opponent Jane Norton wearing high heels and “dumbass” Tea...

Schaffer jabs McInnis on Twitter, conjuring ghosts of 2008

One thing the whole Scott McInnis plagiarism scandal has dredged up is a bit of not-so-ancient history revealing internal cat fighting in the Colorado...

Romanoff scores endorsement from Bill Clinton

Former President Bill Clinton on Tuesday endorsed Andrew Romanoff in Colorado's U.S. Senate Democratic primary. Clinton celebrates Romanoff as a longtime Democratic Party stalwart,...

Perlmutter endorses Bennet over Romanoff in Senate primary race

U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-Colo.) Friday endorsed Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) over former state lawmaker Andrew Romanoff in a U.S. Senate primary race for...

Buck and Maes win Tea Party candidate forum straw poll

On Saturday at a South Denver Tea Party-hosted candidate forum, Republican candidates looking to reverse sweeping losses over the past series of elections took turns railing against government and business as usual in Washington and in Denver. Reflecting GOP campaigns across the country, they proposed sweeping cuts to programs, warned of the rise of socialism and ruminated on the greatest threats to national security. U.S. Senate candidate Ken Buck and gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes won in straw polling over respective frontrunners Jane Norton and Scott McInnis.

BREAKING: Dem Chair Doesn’t Want Senate Primary

Colorado Democratic chairwoman Pat Waak says she would prefer not to have a primary in the U.S. Senate race where state executive committee member...

McInnis Is Out of the Senate Race

The rumors are true. Republican Scott McInnis has decided to pass on the U.S. Senate race. Perhaps he decided that there is more political...