Colorado Democrats have elected the first openly gay House speaker in state history.
It was a big weekend for Colorado Democrats and Republicans as they gear up for the November elections.
Colorado Democrats have prevailed so far on a proposal to stiffen penalties for people who lie about elections to suppress the vote.
It’s Super Tuesday, and Colorado isn’t entirely left out of the action.
Democrats are still trying to put together a national strategy for 2012. They are just starting to raise money for the election.
Colorado Democrats want to change a business tax credit and use the savings on different economic development ideas.
House Democrats plan to announce a proposal to change a Colorado tax subsidy program after questions were raised about its effectiveness at spurring economic development in poor areas.
Colorado Democrats have chosen a Longmont social caseworker to be the newest member of the Colorado House of Representatives.
Colorado Democrats looking for ways to save money on health care without kicking people off Medicaid have announced plans to ask for a pilot study to find efficiencies.
They say their plan will create jobs in Colorado. Both Democrat and Republican state lawmakers have floated legislation they hope will boost Colorado’s economy.