A recent poll shows that the GOP primary for the 2014 U.S. Senate race in Colorado is tightening up and the stakes are only getting higher.
Scott Gessler’s decision to join Tom Tancredo in avoiding GOP primary gubernatorial debates may end up costing him far more in opportunity cost than he realizes.
Sen. Mark Udall’s CNN interview during the State of the Union coverage shows the problem President Obama is posing for Democrats in the 2014 election, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
While it may make headlines the day after, the President’s State of the Union speech will find it hard to remain relevant in 2014.
When Arizona Republicans voted to censure Senator John McCain this weekend, they gave everyone a great example of what is currently wrong with the GOP.
Known for our independence and unpredictability, Colorado voters are becoming a target for national ballot campaigns, and the trend isn’t ebbing anytime soon.
The controversy between Sen. Udall’s staff and the Colorado Division of Insurance is serving as an example of how news surrounding Obamacare is presented will come to define the 2014 election.
As crazy as 2013 was politically in Colorado, with the way things are lining up right now, it may look mild when compared to 2014.
After a blistering recall defeat and negative feedback from focus groups, it’s hard to know what’s motivating Angela Giron to look at a possible run for Secretary of State.
As Obamacare becomes a focal point for the 2014 election, the stories are going to change from websites and numbers to stories about two very different versions of the ACA.