Colorado Democratic Party
Will Republican state lawmakers read too much into the success of the recall elections and overplay their hand on gun issues?
The Colorado Democratic Party has hired a woman who helped with Barack Obama’s first presidential campaign to be its next executive director.
With the speed and progress that state lawmakers are making in this legislative session, some are wondering how this may affect the 2014 election.
It happens once every four years, and 2013 is sure to bring a memorable presidential inauguration. Here are a few ways to enjoy all the pomp and circumstance in Denver.
CBS4 has learned a man accused of being a serial rapist has ties to at least one high-profile Colorado politician and may have volunteered for the Democratic Party.
Colorado has become an example of how hard it has been for President Obama to maintain that coalition against the headwinds of a sour economy and his own disastrous first debate performance in Denver.
Early voting only got under way on Monday and already a complaint has been filed.
Colorado Democratic Party officials say eleven windows were smashed over the weekend at state party headquarters in Denver.
Voters could see as many as five initiatives on this November’s ballot that deal with marijuana — most aimed at making it legal.
The military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy is officially a thing of the past of Sept. 20. Colorado politicians were among those who pushed to eliminate the policy relating to gays and lesbians in the armed forces.