Colorado Republican Party
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.
The Colorado Supreme Court has sided with open-government advocates in a case over records and court costs.
While establishment Republicans did well in high profile races on Primary Election Day, two key races in Jefferson County went against the establishment and will likely keep the State Senate in Democratic hands for some time.
Denver is making its pitch to host the Republican Party’s next presidential convention.
A recent poll shows the Colorado Republican Party must solve a serious gender problem if it wishes to win back the governor’s seat this fall.
Even though it took him a few weeks to decide, by dropping out of the U.S. Senate race, Owen Hill may boost his status in the Colorado GOP in the future.
Rep. Corey Gardner, a tea partyer elected in the 2010 Republican wave, will challenge Democratic Sen. Mark Udall in this year’s midterm elections, Republican officials said Wednesday.
The Colorado Republican Party says former Vice President Dick Cheney will appear at a fundraiser in Denver on Nov. 20.
Will Republican state lawmakers read too much into the success of the recall elections and overplay their hand on gun issues?
From the 1960s to the early 1990s, Republicans hammered Democrats on crime for focusing too much on rehabilitation and not enough on punishment and imprisonment.