Dominic Dezzutti’s Blog
The very slim majorities that each party now hold in the Colorado State Legislature, thanks to the 2014 election, should bring a season of bipartisanship to Colorado, which is exactly what the doctor ordered.
Colorado’s 2014 election returned the state to our accustomed shade of purple as Republicans are finally able to claim a major statewide race. But how will this new shade of purple affect Colorado over the next two years?
What will change in Colorado once the ballots are counted and the victors are named on Tuesday night?
Over $100 million has been spent in Colorado on the U.S. Senate race. But what affect do these record breaking campaigns have on Colorado voters?
The final Governor’s race debate took place Friday night at CBS4 and it was a fitting and fiery finale to a great debate season.
Bob Beauprez’s new ad is an all or nothing gamble as the campaign enters its final days. The question is, will the gamble pay off?
If you had direct access to the candidates for Governor, what would you ask them?
The races for U.S. Senate and for governor have captured all of the attention this election season, but it’s important not to forget the other major statewide races that will make a major impact in Colorado.
Colorado’s three week long Election Day started this week and brings with it some hidden costs.
CBS4 and CPT-12 hosted a debate featuring the candidates running in the Sixth Congressional District, one of the most hotly contested races in the nation, and it was everything we should expect from candidates running for election.