Colorado Republican Party
After issuing a public apology and seeing a State House committee assignment taken away from him, some may think Rep. Gordon Klingenschmitt has been punished for his offensive comments, but publicity of all kinds is more valuable than they may think.
Colorado Democrats were hammered in last year’s elections while Republicans had their best year in a decade. Yet it’s the GOP that’s ousting its state party leader and the Democrats keeping theirs.
The Republican Party in Adams County has withdrawn a request for recounts in two races that went narrowly for Democrats last month.
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.
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.