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Power lawyer slaps money-in-politics complaint on group backing independents in Colorado...

UPDATE: On Oct. 1, the Secretary of State's office determined the complaint identified potential violations of Colorado's campaign finance law and alleged "sufficient supporting...

Campaign finance primer: What do “soft,” “hard” and “dark money” actually...

Dark money. Soft money. Hard money. When it comes to campaign cash, it's complicated. So, as the 2018 election cycle heats up, here’s some clarification...

Treasurer Walker Stapleton is running for Colorado governor. What that means.

In early October, Republican State Treasurer Walker Stapleton officially waded into the large field for governor with a low-key weekend announcement on social media...

Wiretap: Both parties aren’t just in crisis. They’re in a time...

Bipartisan issue Sure, the GOP seems perilously split. But Matt Yglesias at Vox argues the Dems are in crisis too. Time machine Republicans and Democrats have one thing in common,...

Colorado judge: State political parties can form Super PACs

The Colorado Republican Party has won the campaign finance lottery. It got the go ahead to form an independent expenditure committee, or Super PAC, from Second District Court Judge Robert McGahey.

Little opposition to Colorado Republican Party Super-PAC suit

Colorado Republicans are looking to have a Party PAC party and Democrats will come if invited ...

Tough week for failing ‘frontrunner’ Mitt Romney

President Obama in his State of the Union speech last night laid out the no-brainer case again for deficit reduction through a return to tax code fairness. The speech came hours after multi-millionaire Republican primary frontrunner Mitt Romney released the low-rate, off-shore income tax returns he submitted last year-- returns that among sensible people will devastate Republican trickle-down economics talking points on tax policy and government finances. What else happened to Mitt Romney this week?

Romney’s shaky record on abortion draws attack from left and right

As Saturday's South Carolina primary voting draws close, presidential candidate Mitt Romney is being savaged on the right for his shifting stance on abortion, just as he was savaged months ago on the left for his shifting stance on abortion.

VIDEO: Stephen Colbert to run Iowa ad

Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert might be ready to flex the muscles of his newly established Super PAC, and he seems willing to begin the work-out in Iowa. On The Colbert Report Monday night, the comedian told other potential PACs hoping to back Texas Gov. Rick Perry to back off, “I saw him first.”