Colorado’s close Senate race not only could determine the balance of power in the U.S. Senate, but also whether Republicans can say they have a viable future in similar fast-growing swing states with moderate electorates.
Jefferson County could hold the key to the balance of political power, not only in Colorado, but in the nation’s capital.
The quiet murmur of several dozen Republican activists crammed in a small office in this Denver suburb was broken Saturday morning by a jocular cry: “Hey, everybody, what’s going on?”
Colorado Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper and Republican challenger Bob Beauprez have debated seven times in their too-close-to-call gubernatorial contest.
Andrea Hermosillo rode for hours to protest at her neighbor’s office. The high school junior lives only a few blocks from GOP Senate candidate Cory Gardner in Yuma, a small town on Colorado’s high plains.
Ballots are landing in mailboxes across Colorado as Democratic Sen Mark Udall makes his closing argument for re-election.
In a bit of political reinvention, Andrew Romanoff moved to Colorado’s 6th U.S. House district to challenge for its congressional seat. But, in a sense, the district has also revamped itself.
Democratic Sen. Mark Udall and his Republican challenger, Rep. Cory Gardner, clashed in their second debate in two days Tuesday.
Sen. Mark Udall and Rep. Cory Gardner skirmished over their visions for Colorado’s economy during a prickly debate on Tuesday that featured aggressive attacks from both candidates.
Police arrested five people who blocked Broadway in front of the state Capitol on Tuesday to protest immigrant deportations and call on Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet to take action.