Dominic Dezzutti’s Blog
The wide range of polling results this week have caused some confusion, but all point to how tight the races in Colorado really are.
While the alternate party and independent candidates running in Colorado may not win the races they are running, they can make a difference in a state that is handcrafted for a different voice.
The Club 20 debates kicked off the debate season for 2014 season, but will we have the opportunity to see Mark Udall and Cory Gardner actually debate on TV this fall?
John Suthers’ decision to run for mayor of Colorado Springs next year will make a impact on the future of the Colorado Republican party.
Cory Gardner is kicking off the post Labor Day election campaign by becoming a “new kind of Republican”, the question is, how will Colorado voters react?
A comment in a CNN documentary about capital punishment may show that Gov. John Hickenlooper is far more decisive about the death penalty then previously assumed.
The small town of DeBeque may become a major pioneer in how uniquely situated small towns boost tax revenue from pot tourism.
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?