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Super PAC money flooding into Colorado state races

Political super PAC committees already have raised nearly $22 million to pump into the battle over control of the governor’s mansion and state legislature...

PACs backing Polis jump into the TV air war in CO’s...

The super PAC troops are coming to the defense of Boulder Congressman Jared Polis in the Democratic primary for governor this week, just as...

Trail Marker: Gloves off as modest contrasts roil the Democratic primary...

Two weeks ago we wondered if the forum-and-debate season would elicit any sparks. Last week we saw some in the four-way Democratic primary. This...

States of Play: Who raised more money from inside Colorado in...

We know Democrat Jared Polis and Republican Victor Mitchell, both multimillionaires, are fueling their own campaigns with their own money in their quests to...

As seen on TV: Super PAC spending in the Colorado governor’s...

Two Super PACs will advertise heavily on TV in support of Democratic candidates for governor Cary Kennedy and Mike Johnston in the month before...

Campaign cash in four quick charts (with questions)

A ton of money is pouring into Colorado’s 2018 election cycle, and it’s likely to grow exponentially. Already, gubernatorial candidates spent nearly $15 million through...

Colorado’s TV political ad spending nears $6M. It will only grow...

Colorado candidates and independent spending committees are pouring nearly $6 million into TV advertising, much of it focused on the governor’s race. Two multi-millionaire gubernatorial...

Colorado’s Democratic primary for governor is a battle of the clean...

When Republican Tom Tancredo jumped in the race for governor last week, he predicted it would be a bloodbath. “Rancorous, ugly, name-calling, death by...

Littwin: So much money, so little speech

  This may be the year in which we finally say enough is enough. (Actually, it won't be. But if you buy the premise, you...

Americans for Prosperity thanks Cory Gardner

Part and parcel with its sunny, smiling optimism, the ad is cleverly structured to accomplish two timely political moves.