Colorado Democratic Party
Colorado is becoming a major player in next year’s presidential election, as least as far as Republicans are concerned. This weekend, there are six GOP presidential contenders in Denver for the Western Conservative Summit.
Now that the Oil and Gas Task Force did its job and provided proposals for regulating fracking in Colorado, the inevitable race to the ballot box begins.
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?
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.
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.
Republicans and tea party members thrashed President Barack Obama and Democrats over the red-meat topics of immigration, school choice and fracking at a conservative conference this weekend.
Will Governor Hickenlooper, Senator Udall and Andrew Romanoff come to regret not doing what it took to appear publicly with President Obama during his Denver visit?
Even though Gov. John Hickenlooper has crafted a fragile compromise to avoid several fracking ballot issues, the effort might be for naught if environmental groups get their way.
State Democratic leaders gathered at the Colorado Convention Center Saturday to discuss their plans for this fall’s elections.
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.