Dominic Dezzutti’s Blog
Two stories this week show that Colorado Democrats are not taking the 2014 election for granted and are willing to bring out the heavy artillery.
The process of tackling the problems within the Denver Sheriff’s Department is becoming more difficult as more and more civic leaders are being alienated from the process.
With fracking issues exiting this week, do the remaining four initiatives on Colorado’s 2014 ballot have a chance to grab voters’ attention?
While the big compromise announced this week may keep fracking off of the 2014 ballot, it may have only intensified the fight in the next round.
Even though it’s thousands of miles away, the conflict in Gaza may play a big role in Colorado’s 2014 election.
Even though the New York Times Editorial Board got the headlines for its pro-pot stance this week, the real credit should go to Colorado.
In two weeks, we’ll have a better idea of just how epic the 2014 ballot measure battle will be and what forces may make it an historic election.
The attack on MH-17 must earn an unprecedented response from Europe if they ever hope to keep Russia at bay in the future.
The current immigration crisis involving minors from Central America may provide a major advantage for Democrats this fall.
An issue as important as Same Sex Marriage deserves clarity in Colorado, not the legal jumble of interpretations and decisions that it is currently mired in.