President Barack Obama unleashed a torrent of frustration Thursday night over Washington gridlock and acknowledged he has not been able to bring the hope and change to America’s political system that he campaigned on.
Sen. Mark Udall’s hopes of keeping his job hinge on Colorado Democrats’ ability to turn out voters.
With the addition of 14 new staffers and 12 new offices opening across Colorado, the Republican National Committee is showing they are committed to winning, even if it takes a Democratic strategy to do it.
With implementation problems stacking up for the Affordable Care Act, it will be interesting to see how moderate voters react in the 2014 election, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
As the cleanup and recovery continue, how shall Colorado’s elected leaders react and handle the plethora of issues that have been created by the recent devastating floods?
In danger of losing congressional momentum, President Barack Obama is drawing attention to Colorado’s newly passed gun control laws as he applies public pressure on Congress to pass similar federal measures.
Rep. Anthony Weiner’s insistence on not backing down is already forcing some of his fellow Democrats to call for his resignation. No major Democratic leaders have joined the chorus, so far. But the development, or lack thereof, of that chorus may tell us quite a bit about how Democrats are feeling about how this will affect all of them in the 2012 election.